Climate Masters Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Furnace Repair’

Why Your Furnace is Making Strange Noises

Monday, February 15th, 2016

Furnaces are noisy systems, as you probably well know. If you’ve had your furnace for any length of time, though, you probably already know which furnace noises are normal and which are not. If your furnace is making some unusual noises during operation, it’s likely that there’s a problem with the system. Let’s take a look at some of the more common furnace noises that indicate a repair issue.

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Why It’s Important to Have the Air Filter in Your Furnace Changed

Monday, January 18th, 2016

One of the biggest threats to the health of your furnace is, ironically, one of the easiest to avoid. Short cycling is a behavior in which your furnace turns itself on and off every couple of minutes. This puts a massive amount of strain on the system, and if it isn’t dealt with it could easily lead to the early death of the furnace. Fortunately, if you know what to do you can drastically lower the chances of this happening to your system. Read on to find out more about why it’s important to change the air filter in your furnace.

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Why Dust on Your Furnace Is More Than Just a Dirty Furnace

Monday, December 21st, 2015

Dust is irritating for a lot of reasons. It needs to be cleaned often, as it is always around and accumulating, and it can aggravate allergies and asthma to a high degree. When it comes to your heating unit, dust is no less of a problem, and in fact can lead to a number of issues if it isn’t removed safely. The best way to ensure that a hindering layer of dust isn’t covering your furnace is to call the experts from Climate Masters and schedule a maintenance appointment.

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Why Is My Furnace Breaking Down All the Time?

Friday, December 20th, 2013

Furnaces are among the most durable of heating systems. With the proper care, most furnaces can last beyond their manufacturer’s expected lifespan. But what if your furnace begins breaking down frequently? Obviously, this isn’t something that should happen, and when it does start to occur, it requires professional assistance.

Climate Masters can bring you the expert, trained help you need for furnace repair in St. Augustine. All it takes is a phone call, any time of the day or night. We can offer you some help right now with a list of reasons your furnace might start breaking down repeatedly. Even if your furnace is currently working fine, you should look over this list to find ways to avoid troubles in the future.

4 reasons your furnace is breaking down constantly

  1. You’re overworking it: Don’t keep pushing your thermostat up the highest it can go; this will not make your furnace heat up your home faster, it will only make it stay on longer, and that will lead to excess wear and tear that will foster breakdowns. Find a comfortable lower temperature and stick with it.
  2. Repair needs are going without attention: A furnace can sometimes maintain its target temperature even with malfunctions occurring—but the longer a repair issue goes without getting fixed, the more likely the problem will burgeon into a complete shutdown. Make sure that you schedule professional repairs as soon as you detect anything unusual, such as sounds or a drop in airflow.
  3. The system is too old: No matter how well a furnace is cared for, it will eventually reach a point where it is too old to operate correctly, and it will start breaking down even with regular repairs. If your furnace is more than a few years past its expected lifespan, any breakdown should signal to you that the time has arrived for a new installment.
  4. It needs regular maintenance: This is the most common reason for breakdowns. Furnaces need to have annual maintenance check-ups and tune-ups from licensed professionals in order for them to function at their best and not start prematurely aging and developing malfunctions. Make sure you are enrolled in a preventive maintenance program that delivers a check-up once a year.

Keep your furnace in good shape

Although there is not much you can do about an ancient furnace aside from replacing it, the other reasons for a furnace breaking down are preventable. When you need furnace repair in St. Augustine, FL, or want to enroll in a quality maintenance program, contact Climate Masters. We’ve served St. John’s county since 1988.

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