Chilly winters are no match for Whipple Service Champions. Our furnace repair technicians in Salt Lake City are skilled at inspecting and diagnosing your furnace problems so you can stay warm without going broke.
Signs It’s Time for a Furnace Repair
Don’t ignore the signs. If your appliance is acting faulty, schedule a furnace repair service in Utah. We’ll help you make sure that a small problem doesn’t turn into a big one. It’s time to call us if your furnace is characterized by any of the following:
- Furnaces that provide no heat – An appliance that doesn’t fulfill its intended purpose may be due for repairs on its thermostat, power, gas, or pilot light.
- Furnaces that provide insufficient heat – Clogged filters are not the only causes of insufficient heating; a furnace may just be too small for the interior space it covers.
- Furnaces that are worn – Like everything else, furnaces are subject to wear and tear, and the problems it causes to the system’s airflow and heat control capacity.
- Furnaces that are noisy – Furnaces are not supposed to rattle, rumble, and squeak. Airflow reductions, a clogged burner, and mechanical problems are typically the reason for this.
- Furnaces that are unmaintained – Routine inspections go a long way in preventing unexpected furnace breakdowns.
- Furnaces with dirty filters – Furnace filters eventually clog, and when they do, the furnace has to work harder to circulate air, causing damage to the system.
- Furnaces with blower issues – A furnace’s limit switch is typically the cause of blower issues, and a licensed professional should replace it.
- Furnaces with frequent cycling – Issues such as clogged filters, improper airflow and bad thermostat settings may cause the furnace to cycle between “On” and “Off” modes, which is highly damaging.
- Furnaces with a faulty thermostat – Knowing the amount of heat you’re getting matters, and a malfunctioning thermostat severely hinders that.
- Furnaces with a faulty ignition or pilot control – It can be very difficult to warm up interior spaces when thermocouple problems, drafts, or clogs in the furnace lead to an unlit pilot light.
A quick inspection will tell us if your furnace has an air flow, pilot, or ignition control problem – or just needs a routine maintenance. If your furnace is giving you the cold shoulder, it’s time to call us.