It’s easy to take your furnace for granted. After all, it’s a sturdy
piece of equipment that doesn’t break down very often. However, there
are some things you should look for as your furnace gets older that
could signal a problem and help you prevent a breakdown on one of the
coldest days of the year.
furnace should start sending warm air into your house shortly after
it comes on. If your thermostat is set to a warm temperature but the
furnace is blowing cool air, you need to get this problem addressed
right away. It could be a simple problem, especially if it eventually
blows warm air. Ignoring the problem could make it worse but
contacting a company that does furnace
repair in Ravenswood homeowners trust
can fix the equipment so it operates consistently again.
Your furnace shouldn’t make much noise.
Knocking, screeching or booming noises indicate problems with the
equipment. If you hear any noise coming from your furnace that is out
of the ordinary, get in touch with a company that specializes in
furnace repair in Ravenswood homeowners depend on to keep their home
warm all winter.
furnace that has been ignored will stop blowing any air. This is a
definite cause for concern but it may not be a major problem. In
fact, a clogged filter could cause this to happen. Keeping the filter
clean and getting a tuneup once a year can help you avoid cold days
and nights in your home.
Home Heating & Air Conditioning is a
family-owned HVAC company that has been helping homeowners since
1962. Contact them (773) 736-7800 to schedule preventive maintenance,
repairs or new installation.