Resolving Heat Issues Near Gray Court
There's nothing quite so bone-chilling as waking up to a frosty winter morning when your heat is broken. There are numerous signs that can indicate your furnace is nearing a total breakdown. If you see any of these signs you should call Precision Greenville Heating & Cooling for your heating repair.
Five Signs Your Furnace is Breaking Down
This may seem obvious but if your heating system isn't keeping up with your heating needs, it's a sign your system could be in need of repair, like for a clogged burner, faulty thermostat or broken motor. If you're adjusting your thermostat but not feeling more heat, call the experts at Precision Greenville.
Higher Utility Bills
One simple way to judge if you should call Precision? Has the cost of your utility bill suddenly spiked without an apparent reason? This is most often the result of a problem with your furnace burning too much fuel in an effort to keep up with demands despite a malfunction. With your heating system running around the clock, the cost of this overcompensation can really add up!
Another sign your unit is struggling can be banging or clanging noises, sometimes caused by a faulty ignitor. Call us immediately if you hear what could be causing daily wear and tear to your system.
Are you certain your indoor air is cooler than the thermostat shows? This could be the result of a temperature-sensitive switch needing recalibration. Our team will recalibrate your thermostat to ensure accuracy.
If you hear what sounds like the furnace going on and off more frequently than usual, this can indicate a problem with the heating system such as a clogged filter or malfunctioning thermostat, or a larger problem, like your system being the incorrect size for your home.
In need of some kind of furnace repair? Call Precision Greenville today for our professional, experienced heating repair services. We'll always provide a Free Estimate of any repair before we resolve your home heating issue.
Heating Repair Done With Precision
There might be an issue with heat distribution if your house has unusually chilly areas, rooms are unevenly heated or vents or radiators aren't giving out much heat. Insulating your home will help keep the heat in, but it must first be delivered properly. If the ductwork is not properly designed and the system is sized inappropriately you will have problems heating your home.
Examine your breaker panels.
The most typical cause of furnace issues is when the circuit breaker that powers the furnace trips. Even if you have a propane or natural gas heater, you must first check the electric supply.
Check the settings on your thermostat.
If your furnace won't come on, the next step is to double-check your thermostat settings. If your furnace does not come on, make sure that your thermostat is set to “ON.”
Ensure that your furnace filters are in good working order.
To heat your house, your furnace needs a continual supply of fresh air. A filthy air filter can prevent your HVAC system from coming on by preventing the forced air system from supplying the heat pump with the necessary air to warm your house.
- No heat even though the furnace is on.
- Fouls odors coming from your vents.
- Rumbling or banging sounds from the furnace.