As weather becomes colder the importance of the furnace is increased. Keeping it in working order becomes a crucial matter. If the signals coming from
As weather becomes colder the importance of the furnace is increased. Keeping it in working order becomes a crucial matter. If the signals coming from the furnace are properly attended the safety of the machine can be ascertained and the need for calling furnace repair agencies for servicing can be minimized or avoided. The important symptoms that have to be taken care of are discussed below.
No heat from the furnace
If no heat is coming from the heating unit, it is a symptom of some problem. So many reasons can be there for this condition and a layman may not be able to understand and solve the problems. It can occur due to the tripping of electrical panel. In such cases it is better to get it serviced at the company service center. During the warranty period you can avail free service and after the warranty period the company will be providing paid service.
Strange noises are produced by the furnace
If strange noise is produced by the system, one can be sure that some major repairing work is due. Normally heating system is silent in working condition. If loud banging sounds are produced occasionally, it can signify some problem. This can be caused by the problems related to the blower motor. By adjusting the fan, the problem can sometimes be fixed. Loud noises can be a symptom relating to delay in ignition of the furnace which can be handled by professionals only.
Scent of natural gas from furnace repair
It is seen that systems powered by natural gas may have a smell when turned on after a few months rest. A burning smell will also be noticed. It is not problematic. But if smell of natural gas is felt it can be problematic. It may be due to gas leak which has to be attended by the service team of the company which manufactured the system.
Detection of carbon monoxide
Carbon monoxide monitors have to be fitted in the homes where gas appliances are being used. Gas furnaces and similar gas appliances can cause emission of carbon dioxide if they are not properly vented. If such smells are detected, turn of the system immediately and call the service personals immediately for help.