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“HELP! My furnace is blowing cold air!” Don’t fret! We’ve heard this many times before and with our same day furnace repair at Lawes, we’ve got ya covered! But before you start having daymares of having to replace your furnace or hefty repair bills, there are a few things that could be happening for a quick (worry-free) fix.
Let’s look at some of the simple reasons you could be feeling cold air inside and when it’s time to call for emergency service or same day furnace repair.
A dirty air filter could be the culprit for your cold air because it restricts airflow into your furnace. Remember to change your filter every 1-3 months as per the type of filter you’re currently using.
Check the thermostat and make sure that it is set to “auto” rather than “on.” When it’s set to the “on” position, the fan for your furnace will continually blow air, even when the furnace isn’t heating it.
If your air ducts are leaking it could affect the circulation of heat. Insulate your ducts sufficiently to prevent warm air and money from leaking out.
If the furnace isn’t lighting the fuel, you might have a problem with the ignition system. Unlit fuel means no heat for the home. Time to call!
If your gas supply is turned off or the supply is too low, your furnace could lock down for safety.
Newer, high-efficiency furnaces have condensate drain lines to remove water that is created during the heating process. If the line ends up clogged, it can activate a switch that prevents the burners from lighting.
Wondering if your home heating system is going to last through the cold of winter? Test your home heating system in three simple steps to find out before it’s midnight in the middle of a December blizzard.
If you live anywhere in the Monmouth County area and your furnace is blowing cold air (or not working the way it should), Lawes Company can help. Lawes provides emergency heating services and our professional representatives can get your house warm and toasty when you need it most, and most importantly, keep your family safe.We’ve been helping homeowners in New Jersey with their home heating and air conditioning installation, maintenance and repairs since 1926. Give us a call at 732-741-6300 or contact us online.