But just because you don\'t posses expertise in natural gas furnace repair doesn\'t mean that you have to Gas Furnace Repair hire a heating and cooling expert with no idea of what\'s going on with your furnace.
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Repairing your home appliances is a great way to save money, not to mention the satisfaction that comes
with taking a recalcitrant machine and making it work properly again. However, there are some types of
appliance repairs that, unless you possess training in how to perform them, are best left to professionals,
one of which is natural gas furnace repair. In addition to avoiding repair costs, one of the biggest reasons
why homeowners try to perform their own heating and cooling repairs is the fear being of being
overcharged in an area of service that they know little about.
But just because you don't posses expertise in natural gas furnace repair doesn't mean that you have to
Gas Furnace Repair hire a heating and cooling expert with no idea of what's going on with your furnace.
Below, we list a few common systems of poorly performing gas furnaces, what causes them and the
possible remedies and repairs that can correct the troubles.
Your Gas Furnace Doesn't Produce Heat
If your gas furnace doesn't produce heat, you might think that you obviously have a repair situation on
your hands. But before you call a repair-person, first make sure that your thermostat isn't set so low that
it isn't signaling the furnace to produce heat. Also be sure to check if the pilot light is lit. If the
thermostat is at the right level and the pilot light is lit, you should then check to see if the fuse or circuit
breaker controlling the furnace is blown or tripped, respectively.
And you should also make sure that natural gas or propane valve that regulates gas flow to the furnace is
open. If your furnace passes these four tests and still won't produce heat, it may be because your
thermostat, not your gas furnace, is malfunctioning, particularly if your furnace hasn't exceeded its
lifespan. The good news: replacing a thermostat is a furnace expense compared to replacing a furnace or
one of its critical components.
Your Furnace comes on and off too frequently
If your furnace comes on and off too frequently, it might be because it has a dirty air filter that reduces
airflow. But your furnace could also have a problem with its blower motor or heat anticipator. If your Gas
Furnace Installation needs a new disposable air filter, you can remedy that that on your own; just refer
to the furnace's instruction manual. But if the problem rests with the furnace's heat anticipator or
blower motor, a technician should adjust the temperature anticipator or replace or tighten loose or
frayed blower motor belts, neither of which should set you back much.
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