When the winter cold descends, you want to make sure your furnace is in working order. With proper DIY maintenance, you can avoid having to call in professional help for furnace service in the middle of the winter.
Here are some common furnace problems and tips for addressing them at-home:
- Dirty Filter
A dirty filter can worsen air quality, reduce the function of your furnace and may even be a fire hazard in extreme cases. Always regularly check your filter and replace it as needed.
- Thermostat Malfunction
If your furnace isn't heating properly, check your thermostat! It should be set to heat and have functioning batteries.
- Switch Turned Off
Always make sure the switch is in the on position. If it is, and your furnace is still not working, review your electrical box to make sure the power is on as well as the breaker that controls your furnace.
- Pilot Light Out
Double check to ensure your pilot light is on. If it is out, you'll need to relight it - proceed with caution and check your user's manual.
By taking good care of your furnace and frequently maintaining it, it should last you up to 20 years. However, sometimes professional help is necessary. If you need repair or replacement, you can find quality furnace service in Utah from your local Any Hour.
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We'll never rush you into a decision, but will take the time to help you understand your furnace problem. There's no such thing as too many questions. We know you have lots of choices as far as HVAC companies. We want to help and hope you will give us an opportunity to prove the things listed above are not just a list on a website but the way we strive to do business.
If you still have questions or would like to schedule a furnace tune-up service, give us a call and let us know how we can help.
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