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Common Broken Furnace And Heating Repair Problems

furnace safety inspectionIt's furnace season, and that means you need heat in your home. When there is no heat it's not only uncomfortable it could be dangerous as temperatures in the home drop. So let's take a look at some common heating problems. Although there are potentially hundreds of reasons why your home’s furnace or heating system may need to be repaired, there are a few furnace problems that are most common. Here are the top five problems that may cause your furnace or heating equipment to break down:

5. Thermostat malfunctions causing no heat, fan, or comfort problems
4. Air flow problems from fan motors, belts and bearings, causing furnace overheating or poor heating control
3. Dirty or clogged filters resulting in air flow and comfort problems
2. Furnace or heating system pilot or ignition control problems, resulting in intermittent or no heat
1. Lack of maintenance causes unexpected breakdowns, poor comfort or increased energy costs (not to mention homeowner frustration!)

For all these common issues, a professionally qualified, NATE-certified technician can quickly diagnose the problem area and make the necessary repairs. Having a Precision Tune-up or maintenance plan could prevent nearly all heating problems that result in no heat or low comfort levels.  During a tune-up, all the components are checked and serviced so they operate correctly and at peak efficiency during the heating season.  Important items like Carbon Monoxide checks, adequate combustion air, equipment clearances, and equipment safety are also key elements to the tune-up process.

I always stress Safety First to my customers in heating season… the health and safety of your loved ones is more valuable than any holiday gift. Always remember that furnaces of any age may pose safety hazards from combustion or gases, particularly if a NATE-certified technician has not maintained the equipment regularly.

Thanks for posting this info on the HVAC problems. Here in our area we've used Phoenix hvac to handle our repairs, but preventative maintenance is always the best first step. Do you have any suggestions specifically for desert-dwellers? Thanks again for the article!
12/21/2012 6:13:21 PM

At Parker Service Company
You have amazing writing skills! Your article content is eye-opening, smart, well-written and accurate where I’m concerned. This informational article is a virtually perfect example of quality writing. Thank you.
7/24/2012 5:55:42 AM

Furnace problems
You can consult a repairer who can surely solve your problem and get you out of it.Doing something by yourself will be risky.Try to find the right solution
4/2/2012 6:01:52 AM

Rene Patton
Just bought a 30 y/0 house. I think the air system is shot. I was wondering if you have to have perfect credit to get the special $ 999.00 deal this month. I am retired USAF. could a person put a down payment toward a system?
2/15/2011 8:47:22 PM

Jolene Christopherson
Thank you for these tips about common problems with heating and furnaces. As a consumer who has experienced my own unfortunate experiences with hvac units and repairs, I created my own website to help fellow Phoenix residents to avoid some of those same things. I haven't mentioned NATE-certified technicians as of yet as service providers. Is that a national certification? Thanks.
1/15/2011 11:15:12 PM