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Gas Furnace

worker checking the gas furnace

Our crew has a wide selection of gas furnaces and electric furnaces to choose from when it comes to heating your house. Natural gas is the fuel used in a gas furnace, which heats your house. In comparison to electric heaters, it provides heat fast and at a reduced cost. You may save money and energy by using a modern gas furnace. The thermostat is the first step in the process of heating your house, even if the gas furnace performs the actual job. The thermostat is usually the first place to go if you're experiencing issues with your furnace. Take a look at how we can help if you're having problems with your gas furnace:


Insufficient or No Heat From your Gas Furnace

Your furnace's ability to provide enough heat to keep your house cozy when the temperatures drop is critical. There are a number of probable causes for a furnace that no longer produces heat or merely blows chilly air. When it comes to detecting and fixing problems, speed is of the essence, and that's exactly what we can provide you with as a team of industry professionals. We make sure the heat registers are open, check the thermostat settings, and make sure the furnace has power. If your gas furnace cycles too often, it might create a variety of problems. We look at various probable reasons, like a filthy filter, a clogged exhaust vent, or a broken thermostat, if your furnace cycles on and off often.


Excessive Noise from your Furnace

If your furnace is making an unusually loud noise, it almost certainly has a developing issue that, if left unchecked, will eventually need a significant repair. There is a possibility that you may hear loud hammering, high-pitched screeching, or merely a low-pitched buzzing coming from your furnace. If you are experiencing any excessive noises, it's best to get in contact with us as soon as possible to avoid paying for a replacement unit very soon. If the noise is coming from the blower motor, the most common fixes are changing the filter and lubricating the motor.


Problems with your Pilot Light

One of the most frequent causes of a gas furnace not producing heat is the pilot light going out. The standing pilot light on older furnaces has a greater risk of going out if there is a strong airflow, a filthy orifice in the pilot burner, or dirt in the gas tube. It's also possible that the thermocouple is broken, which would result in the gas supply being cut off. The good news is that reigniting your pilot light is a reasonably straightforward job and we can get the heat back on fast. In the event that the thermocouple develops an issue, we can assist with an effective replacement for a new one.


Faulty Thermostat

In order for both the furnace and the thermostat to work properly, they need to be properly matched to one another. If you use the unsuitable thermostat with your furnace, you'll have issues with its performance. It's possible, for instance, that your furnace may either burn up or underheat your home regardless of the fact that you've adjusted the temperature on your thermostat. Millivolt, low-voltage, and line-voltage thermostats are all used today. With our HVAC experts on the job, we also test to see that your thermostat has electricity and that none of its components are clogged with dust or other contaminants.