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There are a number of signs that suggest your furnace is in need of repairs, including:
If your furnace is not providing you with the heat you expect, it’s time to call in an expert. There are multiple issues that can lead to lower heat levels from the furnace: clogged burners, a breach in the ducts, or even a lack of fuel. In any case, it is in your best interest to contact a trained technician to restore your comfort as soon as possible.
You should hear few noises from your furnace as it runs: air whooshing through vents, the whir of the blower fan, and burners igniting. If you hear anything loud or unusual, it’s a cause for concern. These warning noises include banging, clanking, and screeching.
Many problems may cause a furnace to turn noisy. There may be trouble with the motors or combustion problems. Some of these noises indicate serious malfunctions (such as a cracked heat exchanger) so never hesitate to call local HVAC technicians to check on your furnace.
Short cycling is when your furnace repeatedly turns on and off multiple times throughout the day. This is typically due to a lack of airflow into the furnace itself, which causes it to overheat. When the furnace overheats, the limit switch activates, and the system shuts down as a safety measure.
Not only is short cycling extremely inefficient, but it also places a ton of strain on the furnace. Over time, this will lead to higher energy bills and costly repairs. You don’t want to wait to call in a pro when short cycling starts.
One great way to tell if your furnace needs repair is to take a close look at your heating bills. If you’ve noticed you’re paying more for heat than you normally do, odds are your furnace needs repairs. Don’t pay more than you have to for comfort—contact a professional ASAP!
If you suspect that your furnace needs repairs, do not hesitate to call in a professional for help. Trust us, only a certified HVAC professional has the tools, training, and expertise to handle the complex needs safely and correctly of your system, the first time around.
Just contact the team at Peak Home Performance today to get started!