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Ready to Service That Furnace?

Monday, November 18th, 2019 at 11:53 am

chilly-manIn addition to being great poets, we are also pretty skilled in the art of HVAC, which is why we are writing this blog! This week, we wanted to talk to you about your furnace and why it’s so important that you service it, especially if you’re nervous about keeping your epidermis warm! (Okay, maybe we aren’t so great at the whole rhyme thing…)

But, in any case, it is important that you know when to call for furnace repairs, so below, we have listed some of the tell-tale signs of a system in trouble. All you’ve got to do is keep reading to find out more (and of course, remember to schedule your heating services in Fresno, CA with our team!)

Do You Need Furnace Repairs?

There are a number of signs that suggest your furnace is in need of professional repairs. These signs include:

Lower Heat Levels

If your furnace is not providing you with the heat you expect, it’s time to call in an expert. There are multiple issues that can lead to lower heat levels: clogged burners, a breach in the ducts, or even a lack of fuel. In any case, it is in your best interest to contact a trained technician to restore you and your family’s comfort and peace of mind.

Strange Noises

Screeching, banging, rattling, and clanking are all sounds you don’t want to hear from your furnace. In fact, the only sound you should ever hear from your furnace is the soft whooshing of air through the vents.

There are numerous reasons as to why a furnace might be noisy, like motor issues, combustion problems, a broken heat exchanger, and more. Many noises indicate a serious problem, so don’t hesitate to contact your local HVAC company if something doesn’t sound quite right.

Short Cycling

Short cycling is a term used to describe when your furnace repeatedly turns on and off and on and off and on and off… This is typically due to a lack of airflow into the furnace itself, which causes it to overheat. When the furnace overheats, the limit switch is activated, and the system shuts down as a safety measure.

Not only is short cycling extremely inefficient, but it also places a ton of wear and tear on your system, leading to higher energy bills and costly repairs. Of course, the best way to prevent further damage is by calling for repairs ASAP.

Higher Bills

If you notice that you are paying more and more for heat this winter, then it’s time to contact a professional. Odds are, those big energy bills are the result of a furnace in jeopardy, so it’s important that you schedule your services sooner than later. Why pay more than you should have to for comfort?

Yes, You Need Professional Services

When the time comes to schedule your furnace repairs, be sure to do so with a professional. Trust us, only a certified HVAC professional has the tools, knowledge, and experience to safely and correctly handle the complex needs of your system, the first time around.

Schedule your heating services with the team at California Indoor Comfort Inc. today! 

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