Furnace On But Not Producing Enough Heat?
Is your home furnace unit on but not giving off enough heat on a cold winter’s day? Your furnace may have a clogged, dirty air filter, which is one of the main causes of a furnace breakdown.
Furnace Making Drastic Temperature Changes or Not Heating at All?
Your gas furnace could be experiencing a thermostat failure or malfunction. A faulty thermostat can lead to fan, pilot light, power, or gas issues and ruin the comfort of your home. Restore comfort levels by giving Thermo Direct a call to get a furnace repair diagnostic before any work is done.
Experiencing Pilot Light or Electric Ignition Issues?
If your furnace isn’t turning on at all, a common explanation is an issue with your pilot light or electronic ignition. Older furnace heating systems with a pilot light that continues to go out may seem like a small problem, but it can actually be wasting a lot of money and cause an increase on your monthly gas bill. As the weather gets colder, a flickering pilot light will make your furnace work harder and cause unnecessary wear and tear, and a much more costly bill.
What Can Cause a Furnace to Stop Working?
Two of the most common causes of non-functioning furnaces are restricted airflow and an overheated heat exchanger. Our local team at Thermo Direct is prepared to come to your house, diagnose your exact problem, and give you a transparent pricing quote to fix or replace your home furnace.
What Can Cause a Furnace Blower to Stop Working?
The furnace blower fan is the most common part of a furnace blower to break. This prevents airflow from moving around the heated coils of your furnace. Call Thermo Direct today to have a top-rated technician come out to your house and give you a competitive, transparent diagnostic on your home furnace.