Furnace Service In Chandler, Queen Creek, Sun Lakes, AZ And Surrounding Areas
Furnace Service and Furnace Repair in Queen Creek, AZ, Chandler, Sun Lakes, Queen Creek, Avondale, Phoenix, Mesa, Scottsdale, Tempe, Peoria, Goodyear, Buckeye, Surprise, Deer Valley, Happy Valley, Apache Junction, San Tan Valley, Maricopa, Casa Grande, Florence, Gold Canyon, Coolidge, Fountain Hills, Sun City, Carefree, Cave Creek, Gilbert, Glendale, AZ and Surrounding Areas.
There are three furnace issues that most homeowners will need to deal with at least once: failure to light, no heat, and failure to shut off once the desired temperature is reached. Contact us today for Furnace Service In Chandler, Queen Creek, Sun Lakes, AZ And Surrounding Areas.
Why does my furnace fail to light?
There are several reasons why the unit fails to light, and most of them will involve your service technician. Most common is a clogged pilot assembly (the silver tube on top of the main burner) where the acetylene gas can’t flow freely to the main burner, where the ignition happens. This can be cleaned by your technician or by yourself using a stiff wire. If that doesn’t work, there could be other issues with the gas valves and electrical components in the furnace control panel.
Whether you need heating repair in Chandler, replacement, or regular maintenance, Monster Air provides furnace services in Chandler, Queen Creek, Sun Lakes, AZ, and surrounding areas.
What causes my furnace to have no heat?
A faulty electrical connection could be the culprit. If you have an old furnace, it may not have enough power to run all of its circuits. This can happen when homeowners add on to their homes or a new addition that requires more power to heat and cool (such as an in-home office).
Replacing fuses and circuit breakers and/or placing a multi-plug outlet box in the control panel can solve this problem, but you’ll need to call the professionals at Monster Air for assistance in Chandler, Queen Creek, Sun Lakes, AZ, and surrounding areas.
If it turns out that everything is working properly with the electrical components in the furnace control panel, then there could be a problem with either the heat exchanger or one of the gas valves.
If your furnace has no heat, you’ll want to turn off the power and call us for our heating services in Sun Lakes. Our technicians will find the problem and quickly get your furnace up and running again.
What does it mean when my furnace turns on and off frequently?
It might sound like an exaggeration, but it’s actually quite common for homeowners to think that their heaters are turning on and off frequently. This is usually due to how homeowners feel about noise, airflow, and temperature swings. It’s best to let our service professionals inspect your unit and determine if there is an issue.
We recommend you get your unit checked semi-annually so we can tune-up and repair your furnace before any minor problems become a significant issue.
During a check-up, our technicians will inspect and clean the heat exchanger, burners, and pilot assembly. They will also adjust the gas pressure; inspect and test each limit safety switch (pressure switch); check for damaged or loose electrical connections; check the condition of the blower motor bearings, and check for worn belts. Finally, they will inspect all visible gas and electrical parts and supply natural gas or propane as needed.