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Can I Troubleshoot My Home Furnace on My Own?

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There are a few common problems that you can troubleshoot on your own. First, simply check to be sure that your furnace has been switched to heat. A surprising number of thermostats have not been set correctly before winter starts. Next, replace the filter. This is an inexpensive fix that can prevent a lot of trouble and improve the efficiency of your system. The next important step is to check batteries and make sure that the furnace is receiving electricity. Older furnaces have pilot lights that sometimes need to be relit.

There are some safety issues that can crop up as you try to troubleshoot and perform repairs on your own. A good guide to follow when it comes to calling in a heating technician is: when you begin to feel uncomfortable, call in the professionals.

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Camille Crowther
Camille Crowther
18:38 16 Oct 21
I care about how I'm treated by the technician and that's why I'll use this company while Ben is employed there. He knows what he is doing with the cleaning of my heater, and and he cares about my feelings as a person while he is there. Thanks!
Wayne Francom
Wayne Francom
03:02 15 Oct 21
Easton was a breath of fresh air. He was confident, efficient and positive. We enjoyed having him check out our furnace.
ryan rymer
ryan rymer
23:58 13 Oct 21
Wesley arrived and did maintenance as well as made sure everything was in working order. He explained some of the issues I had been experiencing and why they were happening. Very knowledgeable and professional. Wesley has been to our house before. When he's done i feel confident and assured that we have been taken care of and have been given sound advice for home maintenance between checkups. Thanks again for the quick response even though I know you guys are so busy.
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