Frequently Asked Heating Questions
We asked our HVAC technicians for some of the most common questions homeowners ask -- oh yeah, we asked them to answer them too. Click on the questions below to reveal their answers.
To figure out just what the blinking red light on your furnace is trying to tell you, you can consult a chart that's located somewhere on your furnace. The number of blinks should correspond to a similar number on the chart and that can help you begin to understand and solve the problem. If the manufacturer's suggested fix does not work, consult an HVAC specialist.
This points to an ignition system malfunction which is an issue that should be seen to by an HVAC specialist.
If your furnace is blowing cold air, it might be a sign that your furnace light is out. If it is, try relighting it to see if it remains lit. If it doesn't contact a professional for further assistance.
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