Climate Masters Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Furnace Repair’

Watch Out for Low Airflow in Your Furnace

Monday, February 18th, 2019

Are you having trouble with your furnace this winter? If you feel like you’re having trouble heating up your home then you could probably benefit from a quick call to our team. Low airflow is one of the worst problems to have when the temperatures outside are chilly. It forces you to run your furnace for much longer and at higher thermostat setting for heat that still leaves a lot to be desired. If you’re ready to address the issues at hand, make sure that you call our team for the best furnace repair in St. Augustine, FL. We take pride in our thorough furnace services at our company—you can trust our team with all your furnace operation needs.

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3 Great Ways to Kill Your Furnace

Monday, April 16th, 2018

Furnace-TechTypically, we tend to focus on ways to improve the lifespan and efficiency of your furnace. This week, though, we figured we’d switch it up in the interest of keeping things fresh. Do you harbor a deep and abiding hate for your furnace for some reason? Does the very idea of centralized forced air heating make your blood boil? Have you sworn a blood oath to end your furnace as quickly as possible? Well, we’ve gotta say, that’s incredibly weird. But, far be it from us to judge. If you’re out to destroy your furnace, here are three great ways to do it!

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Careful of These Common Furnace Problems

Monday, March 19th, 2018

furnaceThe weather is starting to warm up, but we still have a bit of cold weather left to deal with before we fully switch over to cooling season. If you’re still planning on using your furnace a bit before the season ends, you need to keep an eye out for any signs that your furnace is experiencing problems. Detecting issues with your furnace quickly will help you get it repaired faster, and limit the damage to the system. There are a variety of different furnace issues you should be aware of, some of which we’re going to cover below.

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Three Weird Furnace Noises, and What They Mean

Monday, March 5th, 2018

furnace-techIf you’ve had your furnace for any appreciable length of time, you’re probably already pretty familiar with what it sounds like while it’s on. Most of the time, the sound of the furnace is probably just background noise in your home. You should listen for any unusual noises coming from the system, though, as they could indicate a serious issue. If you call for repairs as soon as you hear odd noises coming from the furnace, you might be able to prevent quite a bit of damage to the system. Read on for more information about the various noises that might indicate a problem with the furnace.

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How to Keep Your Furnace Healthy This Winter

Monday, December 25th, 2017

gas-burnersEven in Florida, the odds of your furnace developing problems is significantly higher during the winter than at other times. We’re going to go out on a limb and assume that you don’t want your furnace to lose efficiency, or break down, or explode (that last one is unlikely) in the middle of a cold winter day. In order to prevent that, there are a few steps you can take to keep your system functioning.

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Why Your Furnace is Not Heating Properly

Monday, November 27th, 2017

furnaceJust because you live in Florida, doesn’t mean you’re not going to need your furnace every once in a while. On those days when you do need to heat your home, you probably don’t want to have your furnace malfunctioning in some way. If your furnace is failing to heat properly for some reason, you might have a problem that requires professional repairs. Have a look at some of the problems that can cause low heating output below.

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How a Clogged Air Filter can Destroy Your Furnace

Monday, February 6th, 2017

Oftentimes, it’s the most minor thing that can bring disaster to a system. A single line of code, a relatively miniscule exhaust port, the one linchpin that everything rests on in order to function properly. Believe it or not, a similar weak point exists in your furnace. The air filter is there to prevent dust and debris of various kinds from blowing into the system, and causing problems with its operation. It does this job well, capturing various contaminants as they flow in from the ducts. The problem, though, is that the air filter has no way of getting rid of the contaminants that it collects. If the system isn’t cleaned or replaced every few months, it will eventually become clogged. That’s when the serious problems start.

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Signs You Need Furnace Repair

Monday, December 19th, 2016

Stress increases on furnaces during the winter, as people rely on them for longer and longer periods of time in order to keep warm. More stress means more wear on the system, which means more chances for something to break down. If you’re using a furnace this winter, you’re going to want to keep an eye out for the signs that your system is in trouble. Read on to familiarize yourself with some of those signs.

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Beware Furnace Short Cycling

Monday, November 28th, 2016

The more you use your furnace to stay comfortable this winter, the more likely it will be to develop problems. One of the most dangerous problems you may have to deal with is short cycling. If left unchecked, short cycling can cause malfunctions to happen more often and shorten the lifespan of the system. Let’s take a look at what causes short cycling, and what it can do to your system.

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Weird Furnace Noises to Listen for

Monday, October 31st, 2016

As we move into heating season, and the stress on your furnace increases, it’s important to keep an eye out for any problems that may develop. The faster you can get your system repaired, the more damage you can prevent and the better off it will be. One of the easiest ways to find a problem with your furnace early is to listen for any strange noises coming from the furnace. Let’s take a look at some of the more common furnace noises that indicate a problem.

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