As the cool winter and fall weather comes on the scene, hundreds of individuals contact furnace repair professionals because of an issue with the heating system. By knowing what the most typical furnace issues are, it’s possible to take proactive steps to prevent them.
Lack of maintenance: You don’t schedule yearly furnace inspections and maintenance which might prevent unexpected breakdowns and problems. Those regular inspections may assist the appliance in running more reliably and efficiently.
Dirty filters: Clogged or dirty air filters decrease airflow, making the furnace work harder in order to circulate. In a few instances, clogged filters might damage your limit switch that controls the fan.
Normal wear and tear: Wear and tear may lead to airflow issues, heat control-associated issues or overheating.
Pilot control or electric ignition issues: A faulty pilot or ignition might make it hard to heat a commercial or home space. Thermocouple issues, clogs or drafts inside the appliance might cause an unlit pilot light.
Thermostat is malfunctioning: Faulty thermostats may cause issues with the comfort levels or fan
Furnace does not heat whatsoever: Furnaces which don’t perform their primary job might have issues with their thermostat setting, gas, power, or pilot light.
Furnace does not heat enough: Besides a clogged filter, the furnace might not generate enough heat if it is the improper size for its space.
Frequent cycling: Any cycling between its “On” and “Off” mode might be a sign of a clogged filter, bad thermostat setting, and improper airflow.
The blower continually runs: Blower problems might be a sign of an issue with the limit switch– that an expert might have to replace.
Furnace is too noisy: Rattles, squeaking and rumbling are not normal. Those sounds might be an indication of a mechanical issue, a clogged burner, or airflow reductions.
For more information contact L&L Heating and Air Conditioning at (720) 851-1691.