If you feel like you missed the whole fall season, you’re not alone. It was 80°F one day and winter the next. Because of this, many homeowners overlooked many of the normal fall chores. We were lucky in Ocean County to not really need our furnaces until the past few weeks. If you missed out on your annual furnace inspection by one of our qualified technicians, don’t hesitate another day. The time for Ocean County furnace repair is now! It’s not too late. Even if you’ve been using your furnace and everything seems fine, it is better to find, and therefore prevent, damages. Reduce the risk of interruption of service with proper care and maintenance of your furnace.
Prevention is Key in Furnace Repair
You might think that you’ll be saving money by putting off your annual furnace maintenance. This is a risky gamble, however. The money saved by not paying for an annual service call will most likely be doubled by an unexpected repair bill. When we take care of your furnace, we check each part to ensure it is in proper working order. Damages can work in a chain reaction where one small infraction in one part can lead to major damage in another. Preventing the chain from ever starting is the goal of a yearly furnace inspection.
Common Reasons for Ocean County Furnace Repair
Many things can go wrong in an HVAC system. There are so many moving parts. Plus, when the units are needed, they turn run all day, every day. The only time these machines rest is when the temperature reaches what is set on the thermostat. We rely on them heavily during summer and winter. This is why it’s important to take good care of your furnace and air conditioner so you can continue to have confidence in them. Although nothing can guarantee a machine won’t break, good maintenance practices keep them working efficiently for as long as possible. Some of the most common reasons for Ocean County furnace repair we see include:
- Dirty ductwork
- Carbon Monoxide Leak
- Blocked filters
- Loose or worn belts
- Faulty starting mechanism
- Broken blower components
- Malfunctioning heat exchanger
- Bad Limit Switch
- Thermostat in need of repair
- Broken or tripped safety switch
- Tripped circuit breaker
- Dirty flame sensor
If Not Now, Then When?
We understand, this time of year can be a bit hectic. It can be difficult to not only find the time to call to schedule an annual appointment let alone have a day when you’ll be home. However, we ask you, if not now, then when? Would you rather have to call us at 3 a.m. when it’s 18° outside? Or would it be better during your family holiday when your furnace breaks down? Trust us when we say that it is much better to call us before you need us than to call us when it’s an emergency. Contacting us is easy! Fill out our contact form and one of our staff members will get back to you as soon as possible. If you have questions about your furnace service, problems with your furnace, or need Ocean County furnace repair, reach out to us today.