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When your furnace malfunctions during the cold weather, the house begins to feel uncomfortable rather quickly. We can help. Our experts are proficient at working with top furnace brands like Kenmore, Trane, Lennox, Goodman, Carrier and Coleman and can restore heat to your home no matter what time of day it is.
Whether you have an electric or gas furnace, you shouldn’t have to suffer when your heater is not working. At Sears Home Services, our technicians fix many of the top furnace manufacturers. The issues you may face with your furnace can vary depending on the type of heating system. If you own an electric model and it isn’t working, some of the potential causes include:
While gas models will face similar issues, when your furnace is not igniting, it may struggle due to one of the following faults:
No matter what the issue is, we want to reassure you that we’ve seen it all. Our technicians have years of experience and can help troubleshoot your furnace problems. Thanks to our extensive knowledge of big name brands, we provide efficient services for in-home heater repair.
While speed is always of the essence when we’re performing furnace repairs, we never compromise on quality. To learn more about how we can repair your home’s furnace and heating systems, contact us today.
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When your furnace won’t kick on, it could be due to problems with its filter. From dust to grime, all types of substances can build up and affect the airflow. A dirty filter can also cause the heat exchanger to overheat, reducing its efficiency.
Before inspecting your furnace filter, always make sure your furnace is shut off and thermostat turned down. Inspect the filter and if you can’t see light through them, it’s time to replace them.
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Inspect your furnace thermostat by first making sure that it’s turned on. Also, ensure that the thermostat switch is turned to “heat” and not “cool”. If your furnace will still not start with the thermostat on, try adjusting the temperature settings to a few degrees higher. Inspect any visible wires for breaks or splits, and make sure your thermostat batteries are not dead. Do not touch any open wires; contact a professional.
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When your gas furnace isn’t blowing hot air, the issue could be due to a faulty pilot light or broken ignitor. Remove the furnace cover panel and visually inspect whether you can see a flame from the pilot light. A natural gas furnace will be blue and yellow in color, and a propane furnace should have a bluish green flame with a yellow tip. If you can see a flame and it appears normal, the issue could be related to the furnace blower motor or other complex furnace parts. If the flame appears low or non-existent, it’s best to contact an experienced furnace repair company. Remember to never touch any open wires; contact a professional.
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We currently have multiple openings for Appliance Service Technicians in locations across the country. If you have the skills to repair Washers, Dryers, Ovens, Dishwashers, Refrigerators or HVAC equipment, we’d like to talk with you.