Furnace problems can be frustrating. But they can also be expensive, especially when you call in a professional when you could have solved the problem yourself.
We see this happen a lot in Atlanta. So we’ve listed some DIY steps you can take to solve the most common furnace problems before calling a professional.
Have a furnace problem that you know you can’t solve on your own? Just schedule an appointment with us now and we’ll send over a tech immediately.
Getting cold or stuffy spots when you turn on your furnace? This problem is typically caused by 2 issues:
Troubleshoot for airflow problems
A diagram of how warm air escapes via duct leaks.
Need more information on this problem? Check out our article, “Why Are Some Rooms Colder or Warmer Than Others?”
If you’re getting cold air from your furnace, one of these 4 issues are usually the cause:
Unfortunately, there are only DIY solutions for the first two issues. So we suggest you first follow the troubleshooting tips below and refer to our article “How to Troubleshoot a Furnace Blowing Cold Air” for additional help.
If after all this you’re still getting cold air, you’ll need to get help from a professional.
3 issues that cause your furnace to turn on and off constantly include:
The only issue you can try to solve on your own is an overheating furnace. If you have thermostat problems or if your furnace is too big for your home, you’ll need help from a professional.
Let’s look at some DIY steps to fix an overheating furnace…
If you’ve tried our troubleshooting tips above but you’re still having furnace issues, we’re here to help.
Just schedule your appointment with us today and we’ll send you an experienced and helpful tech.
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