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Reasons for bi-annual Tune-Ups:
While winters in Nevada tend to be mild, you know that a properly working furnace is an absolute necessity when the nights get chilly. At The Cooling Company, we service both residential and commercial heating systems throughout the Las Vegas area. We’ll be at your door when your system needs repairs.
Sometimes it’s impossible to tell when your furnace isn’t operating properly until it breaks down. It could be heating your home or office as usual, but with a reduced efficiency that is making your utility costs go up. Alternatively, you might hear some unusual grinding or clunking noises or find that a strange odor is circulating along with the warm air. Increased energy consumption and strange operating sounds can indicate your furnace is dirty, damaged, or somehow underpowered.
Below is a list of common heating and furnace problems, some of which have a DIY solution while others require attention from a qualified HVAC technician:
While these are among the most common, there are literally dozens of factors that can cause your HVAC system and furnace to malfunction. At The Cooling Company, we swiftly diagnose and repair problems such as:
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Any number of issues can arise with your furnace, but if you know what warning signs to look out for, you can call for assistance before they become major issues. Poor air flow is one of the most common problems we see, and it can arise from a number of sources. Your furnace cycles air throughout your home, along with everything else in it.
Clogs can easily form if you don’t switch out your filters frequently enough, which can block the flow of air or even cause safety hazards. Your heater might also have trouble moving air around due to cycling problems, which can happen if your limit switch or thermostat is faulty or broken or if your blower isn’t working. Simple wear and tear can take their toll on your HVAC system as well, and a crack or leaks in a duct can make it difficult to adequately heat your home. Loud noises, such as rattling or pounding, can also indicate air flow problems or loose parts.
Your furnace could also have problems getting enough energy to run. If you have a gas furnace, your oil burner could become clogged if it is dirty, if there is a problem with the limit switch or thermostat, or if it needs more oil. If your furnace is an older model, the pilot light might go out due to excess air flow. With a newer furnace, a faulty igniter could keep you in the cold. If you have an electric furnace that isn’t working, the heating element may need to be replaced. It could also indicate a problem with a circuit breaker or fuse in your home.
A properly maintained furnace can last for several years, but even the most robust system will lose its efficiency and break down over time. Let the heating and cooling repair specialists at The Cooling Company help you keep your home or business indoor comfort while saving money on your energy bill. To schedule an appointment for planned or emergency services, please call 1-702-567-0707.
Investing in technical experience, the first time, eliminates the hassle of potentially ongoing issues with your furnace or AC. It is always better to have someone with experience fix it correctly the first time. If you have a warranty on the equipment a contractor is required or the warranty may become void.
Preventing major repairs, cleaning the unit, extending the life of the system, ensuring you receive the most from you unit are all benefits of regular tune-ups on the system. We recommend one in the spring to get your AC ready for the summer and one in the fall to get your furnace ready for the winter.
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This doesn’t exist in a furnace but you could upgrade your in-home filtration system. Meaning if you use 1” filters in the return vents inside your home you can upgrade to a Filter Cabinet or a PCO Cabinet. These are additional cabinets that are installed next to the furnace and require 5” filters. This upgrade is great for anyone home that suffers from allergies, has pets, or is looking to have cleaner air. The 5” filter inside the cabinet, depending on the type, can be changed either every 6 months or every year.
There are a variety of reasons your system is not working! Have you changed the batteries on your thermostat? Have your filters, inside the home, been changed within the last 3 months? To get to the bottom of the problem always have a certified trained technician diagnose your unit.