Ask why our "Platinum Maintenance" program
is so beneficial to the longevity & efficiency of your equipment
Is your thermostat set to the correct function, i.e. heating or cooling? Are your thermostat batteries functioning properly?
Even low batteries can cause thermostat malfunction
Has the power to your furnace been shut off?
Check that the appropriate breaker (labelled on your breaker panel) has not kicked
Check for blown fuses in an older home
Check the furnace power switch (looks identical to a light switch and should be labelled) located at the top of a wall or on the ceiling nearby the furnace
Ensure the furnace fan door is on properly. A faulty furnace fan door will cause the furnace to not operate
Have you checked and/or changed your furnace filter recently?
A dirty furnace filter can overheat the heating equipment and cause limit switches to "Pop"
If you have a high efficient furnace, have you checked the intake & exhaust venting which projects through your outside wall?
These outside vents can become plugged with blowing snow and/or ice "Hoar Frost", restricting combustion air to your furnace causing it to shut down
Is your furnace blinking a series of LED lights or does it display a numerical code?
This blinking series of LED lights or any numerical code from your furnace will correspond with a type of repair in your furnaces manual. Please have this code ready for us prior to making a call for service.
Should these 5 steps NOT solve your furnace issues, please Contact us