When people feel cold indoors, they rush to the thermostat for comfort. Pressing a few buttons should turn the furnace on and start a heating cycle. Soon, warm air should flood the home and provide relief. However, some might encounter problems such as a furnace that will not turn on with the thermostat.
It is never fun when the furnace fails in the middle of winter. Not only is this extremely uncomfortable, but also inconvenient. There are also safety concerns, especially in the peak of the season. If your furnace seems to be giving up on you, don’t despair. This article discusses how to troubleshoot your furnace.
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There are many reasons why an HVAC system may stop working or not work correctly. These range from simple problems such as dirty air filters to more complex issues related to the evaporator coil or condenser coil. Prior to calling an HVAC service technician to come out and repair your heating and cooling system, take … Read more
The fan inside your home’s air conditioning unit is responsible for blowing cold air into your home. Without a working fan, cool air will not be evenly distributed throughout your home. There are a variety of reasons why your fan may not be working. Hopefully, our guide below will help you identify what the problem … Read more
During the summer, a problem you may run into with your home air conditioner is that your AC will be running, but cold air is not blowing out of it. This is frustrating because if the air conditioning is running, it should be blowing cold air. However, there are problems that are hard to see … Read more
There are a number of reasons why your home AC unit blows cool air then constantly blows hot air. Hot air may be flowing into your home because of internal damage inside of your air conditioning system. Warm air may also enter your house because of the settings on your thermometer. This guide will give … Read more
When an air conditioner is blowing hot air, it could be for a variety of reasons. Your cooling unit could be blowing hot air because of a refrigerant leak, a blown breaker switch, or a damaged compressor. Your air conditioning may be blowing warm air throughout your home due to ice accumulation, cut/frayed wires, or … Read more