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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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Courtenay Stevens
Courtenay Stevens
20:36 23 Feb 22
Tyler and Carter were efficient, helpful, and courteous. They walked us through our new system and explained everything so we could use and maintain the system after they left. Great experience!
Forrest Hale
Forrest Hale
17:26 04 Feb 22
Devante did a good job. I would recommend him.
JB Graham
JB Graham
21:00 03 Feb 22
Brady and LT (and the entire Western Heating & Air Team) have been amazing through a less than ideal scenario. Our outdoor unit with our ductless system was having issues and completely went down on two occasions. Once they figured out the issue, they got a warranty claim in process and quickly got the new unit installed (Brady and LT are true professionals and pros at what they do). Our family feels in good hands with Western Heating and Air, and appreciate all the compassion and hard work to help us through this less than ideal scenario with the problems we had with the outdoor unit. THANK YOU!
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