MOST COMMON FURNACE HEATING PROBLEMS

There are a lot of problems that homeowners may face with their furnaces and heaters. This blog post is going to provide you with the most common heater and furnace problems. If you think that there may be a problem with your heater or furnace you should contact one of the professionals at Air Solutions immediately. Everyone likes to save money and just by having your heater or furnace inspected will save you a lot in the long run. Many heaters and furnaces can be self-inspected as well. A regular inspection should be done on your heater or furnace to ensure that everything is working properly. While most of the problems you may face with your heater or furnace can be very common they can also become worse if not fixed immediately, costing you a lot of money down the road.

Faulty Wiring

Hazardous or uncertified HVAC system wiring is very risky and a possible fire hazard. Bad wiring can prevent your heater or furnace from getting power or trip your circuit breaker. If you hire a contractor to wire your heater or furnace you should make sure they are a qualified, trained professional so that the job gets done correctly. Each of our employees here at Air Solutions is trained to make sure that the job gets done right and meets your satisfaction.

Low Refrigerant

Refrigerant most commonly known as Freon is the chemical in charge of cooling the air within your air conditioning system. Reduced levels of refrigerant could cause a leak or a problem within the refrigerant system. If you believe that your system is in need of more refrigerant this is a common sign that there is a leak somewhere within your system. All refrigerant leaks should be located immediately and repaired. The professionals here at Air Solutions can help you with any problems if you discover that your refrigerant is leaking – just give us a call.

Outside fan is not working

The outside fan is in charge of conveying the heat from your home to the outside air. If the fan on your outside unit is not functioning properly then proper heat transfer cannot take place and your system’s compressor may overheat and trip the safety overload. If you do not take care of your fan in time it may cause internal damage to your compressor and cost you a lot of money in the end to fix.

The outside unit is not functional

If your outside unit is not functional this usually indicates a lack of power, problems with your contractor, or a faulty thermostat. This is one problem that you want to take care of immediately. If you discover that your unit is not functional give our professionals here at Air Solutions a call to come thoroughly inspect your unit.

The coil is frozen

A coil that is frozen often indicates an issue with the airflow. Filthy air filters, or obstructed return air ductwork may cause the restrictions caused by a frozen coil. Frozen indoor coils could also cause your system to be low on refrigerant.

The situations above are not all of the problems you could face with your heater or furnace, but they are the most common. All of our professionals here at Air Solutions would be glad to assist you with any problem you may come across with your heater or furnace. You should always be sure to check your systems regularly to try and prevent anything from going wrong with it.