Many homeowners like to try to tackle home repair problems on their own. While this is usually okay for some small issues, there are some cases when it is best to call in a professional, especially when it comes to your heater. Your furnace is one of the most complex and expensive systems in your home. It’s important to take proper care of it! In addition, it deals with certain ignition gases and components that can be dangerous if you are not a professional. If you notice any of the following issues with your furnace, call us immediately for quality heating repair in Springfield.
Short cycling is when your furnace only runs for a short amount of time, usually a couple of minutes, and then stops. This is a particularly inefficient way to heat your home and can end up costing you on your gas bill. Short cycling is caused by a broken thermostat or heat exchanger issues. A professional at Jco will be able to pinpoint and fix the exact issue.
If you have a gas furnace, the rows of flame on your burner should be roughly the same height. If they are not, it could be anything from a dirty burner to a cracked heat exchanger. Many homeowners attempt to clean their burners themselves, but this can be dangerous for those who aren’t experienced. Bending, breaking, or removing burners can cause gas buildup which can lead to a fire. Unless you have extensive knowledge and experience, it is safer to call a professional.
Soot builds up when the combustion of the furnace is incomplete. This indicates that the burners need to be modified or even that your heat exchanger is cracked. Unless you have extensive knowledge of furnace components, you can do more harm than good trying to troubleshoot this one on your own. It is usually best to call a furnace repair company.
You should not hear any banging, clanging, or other loud noises coming from your furnace. If you do, it could be a sign that your furnace is not functioning properly and needs to be repaired.
If you notice any of these issues, contact the experts at Jco Heating and Air Conditioning today to have a professional repair the issue for you. We look forward to hearing from you!