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Heating/Furnace Services

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Heater Services

Heater not igniting?


Ignition or Pilot Control Issues:

  • Ignition Problems: Faulty ignition or pilot control can prevent the furnace from starting.

  • Pilot Light Issues: A pilot light that won't stay lit may be due to a thermocouple issue or gas supply problems.


Not enough air?


Airflow Problems:

  • Blower Motor Issues: A malfunctioning blower motor can lead to insufficient airflow.

  • Ductwork Problems: Leaks or blockages in the ductwork can reduce the efficiency of the heating system.


Pilot light not staying on?


Thermocouple Malfunction:

  • Failure of the Thermocouple: The thermocouple is responsible for shutting off the gas if the pilot light goes out. A malfunctioning thermocouple can lead to gas supply issues.


Thermostat not working?


Thermostat Malfunctions:

  • Incorrect Settings: Incorrect thermostat settings or calibration issues can result in inadequate heating.


Control Problems?


Circuit Control or Electric Ignition Problems:

  • Faulty Circuit Boards: Malfunctions in the circuit control board can disrupt communication between system components.

  • Electric Ignition Issues: Problems with the electric ignition system can prevent the furnace from starting


Not getting Hot?


Short Cycling:

  • Frequent On and Off Cycling: Short cycling may be caused by issues with the thermostat, filters, or airflow.


It's important to note that many heating system issues can be prevented with regular maintenance. If you encounter problems with your heater or furnace, it's advisable to consult a qualified HVAC (heating, ventilation, and air conditioning) professional to diagnose and address the issues. Regular inspections and servicing can help keep your heating system running efficiently and safely.

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