Gas Furnace Repair
Reliable Furnace Repair and Maintenance for all Types and Brands of Furnaces
Warning signs that your gas furnace needs to be repaired
The HeatGuy team can ensure your gas furnace is operational and energy-efficient by addressing these common concerns:
- Dirty filter: A build-up of dirt and debris in your air filter can reduce airflow and cause your gas furnace to work harder to circulate the air. This could also potentially damage the limit switch, which controls the fan.
Problem with ignition or the pilot light: You may have difficulty heating your home if you have a faulty ignition or pilot. Why won’t the pilot light? There are several things to check: it could be a thermocouple problem, draft, or even a clog in the furnace.
A malfunctioning thermostat: If your thermostat is not working properly, you may notice problems with your fan and uneven temperatures throughout your home.
The furnace does not provide any heat: There could be a problem with the thermostat setting, power, gas, or pilot light.
The furnace does not provide enough heat: If your gas furnace wasn’t sized correctly when first installed, it may be the wrong size for your space. This results in hot and cold spots in your home.
Frequent cycling: If your furnace is constantly turning on and off, you may have a clogged filter, improper airflow, or a bad thermostat setting.
The blower is always running: A problem with your blower could mean there is a problem with the limit switch, which may need to be replaced.
A noisy furnace: If you hear rumbling, squealing, or rattling, there may be a mechanical problem with your furnace, airflow reductions, or a clogged burner.
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