Furnace Repair - Controlled Air

During the winter, you will want your home to be warm and comfortable. The most important thing you can do is to have the furnace maintained on a regular basis. This way we can inspect the parts and components in order to keep it operating efficiently. If you ever notice anything out of the norm with how the furnace is working, make sure to contact us so we can look for the issue.

One problem that can occur with the furnace is an issue with the pilot light. This light should blue and not yellow. If the flame is yellow, faint, or irregular, it is a sign that the burner is dirty. It could also mean that the burner is clogged or has a faulty ignition. If the furnace cycles for a short amount of time and then turns off, it could be caused by a few problems. Frequent cycling can be due to bad thermostat settings, a thermostat that has worn out, or if there is poor airflow through the furnace. No matter what issue you start to notice with the furnace and thermostat, it is always recommended to contact us so we can inspect it for you. This can help you to save time, money, and stress in the long run.

If you notice that the furnace has issues such as a problem starting and staying on, it may mean you will need a new thermostat. It can be caused by bad wiring, a broken pilot light, or even a broken fan motor. If the furnace is not heating the space properly. The furnace could be the wrong size for the area, or have a clogged filter. There could also be a problem with the pilot light if there is not sufficient heat from the furnace. If there are any odd or strange sounds, it could also mean there is an airflow problem. Make sure to contact us at any issue you notice so we can inspect it. Catching a problem at the first sign can help reduce further damage and wear to the furnace. This will allow you to have a warm and comfortable home this winter.