When it comes to making sure that your furnace is working properly, you want to make sure that you do not spare any expense and overlook any detail. Keep in mind that while reading Colorado Springs HVAC blog’s like this one for tips and repair guides is a very important thing to do so you can get a sense of what is working and not working, you also need to be financially and personally prepared to hire a professional Furnace Repair Colorado Springs technician in certain cases where doing some basic upkeep and fixes might not be enough.
There are a number of different possible causes as to why your gas furnace might not be producing any heat. The first thing they need to do is to check to see if the thermostat is working properly and to check to see if it is set too low. If it is set too low, it might not automatically signal for the heat that the gas furnace is meant to provide. Another thing to check is to see the circuit breaker or the fuse that controls the furnace has been tripped or blown by too much electricity being drawn on the electrical system in general.
You might also need to check to see if the pilot light is out, and if so you may need to rely it or simply replace the light itself. If you are finding that a gas furnace does not produce sufficient heat, there are a couple different possible causes, but typically the most common of which is a dirty furnace air filter which can easily be replaced. The other common cause is that the gas burners that essentially warm the air might be very and need some cleaning or they may simply need some adjustment. If the gas burners need to be adjusted, you might want to consider consulting a professional technician.
Call Gene’s Heating and Air to schedule a tune up, to make sure your system is working properly!