Furnace repair is one of the many services that we offer. While it might be too early to crank up the heat — it’s not even September yet — that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t get started on preparing your home for toasty nights cuddled under some blankets. By getting prepared now, you won’t have to worry when the weather gets really cold in the Naperville area. Now is the best time to get your home ready because if you notice some issues with your furnace, then you can address them without having to worry about not having any heat. Whether you need furnace repair or you want to replace your air conditioner, Air Repair has you covered in the Naperville and the surrounding areas. Contact us today to learn more about our HVAC services.
Problems You May Be Facing With Your Furnace
In today’s blog, we’ll be going over common problems that might be going on with your furnace and what you can do to address them. While there are some things you can do such as clear the area around your furnace or change your filter, it’s vital that you take the opportunity to discuss what might be going on with your furnace with a professional. As an expert in furnace repair, we’ll come to your home in a timely fashion to discuss what might be going on with your heating system and what can be done to fix it.
The Furnace Isn’t Producing Heat
The first issue we’ll be addressing is what to do when your furnace isn’t producing any heat. Obviously, right now it’s not a huge deal if your system isn’t producing any heat, but when it becomes winter, it’s a totally different story. While there are many reasons this can occur, you’ll want to check to make sure the thermostat is on heat. If it still doesn’t kick on, then you’ll want to test the home breakers. If you’re still not getting any heat, then contact Air Repair and we’ll come out in a jiffy.
You’re Not Getting Enough Heat In Your Home
On the other hand, you may not be getting enough heat in your home. If this is the case, then try to check your filter or change it. If your furnace isn’t producing heat, then you may be dealing with a clogged filter or it might not be in good condition. Try checking, changing, and cleaning your filter to produce more heat in your home.
The Furnace Doesn’t Blow Air
Another issue you may be facing is your furnace not blowing out any air. If you’re dealing with a furnace that’s not blowing air, then you’ll want to look at the window of it to see if there’s any debris. If you notice a flashing light that’s green, then you’re okay. If it’s red, then you’ll want to call Air Repair as quickly as possible because there’s something wrong with the blower in the furnace. Additionally, if there’s no light, then there might be something with the blower motor or furnace control board or transformer.
Stay tuned for Part Two!