Furnace and Boiler Issues
The most common furnace issue stems from general disrepair. Things like a clogged filter, low boiler pressure, and thermostat problems can all be prevented with routine furnace maintenance by the experts. If left untreated, however, these problems can stack up and become serious. That is why it is important to give your furnace the maintenance it needs. Making sure to replace the filter on a regular basis can lower the chances of heating problems down the line, and can help save you money during the colder months, as a clogged furnace tends to burn more fuel to maintain the same home temperature. Low boiler pressure can also lead to heating frustrations, as it can indicate that your pump is not working correctly. This means that the hot water never fully circulates through the floorboards, or that your boiler itself never reaches the ideal temperature it needs to maintain heat. By getting your boiler regularly checked for issues, you can prevent these problems before they happen. When it comes to general furnace maintenance, while things like filters can be changed by the experienced homeowner, it’s always best to leave things like pump replacement to the experts at Chad Love Services.
While filters, thermostats, and pumps are all relatively simple furnace and boiler fixes, sometimes the furnace issues are not as simple. If your furnace is overheating or causing loud noises when starting up, it’s time to call in a professional. Things like loud clanging and banging, as well as a general smoky or melted plastic smell from your basement, can be a serious warning sign. If you notice your furnace sounds like a drumkit took up residence in your basement, or that it seems to be running warmer than usual, call Chad Love Service’s 24/7 HVAC emergency line. We can help walk you through the steps to turn off your furnace. And with our 24/7 on-call furnace repair team, we can be at your home in a flash. Making sure to catch more serious furnace issues as soon as they happen can not only help keep your furnace from being damaged further, it can also help prevent serious damages to your home.