Snellville Heating, Air and Plumbing Blog: Posts Tagged ‘furnace repair’

Your Furnace Shouldn’t Be Doing These 3 Things

Monday, January 9th, 2023

Is your furnace on its best behavior this winter season? It had better be, because the coldest days of winter are still ahead of us, and you’ll want your heater to work at its best. Your heater costs a lot of money to install, maintain, and run each season, and you want that investment to be worth it.

But sometimes, things happen. Your furnace may have a few hiccups here and there that need to be addressed. There are three common furnace problems that we see. If you notice them, then it may be time for furnace repair in Buford, GA. Give our team a call and we can help you troubleshoot and fix the problem.

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Does Your Furnace Sound Funky?

Monday, February 24th, 2020

When we say “funky”, we do not mean like Stevie Wonder or James Brown. No, what we mean is bad, as in, noises your furnace should definitely not be making. See, your furnace should not be making any strange sounds, and if it is, it is definitely a cause for concern.

There are plenty of sounds that you don’t want to hear coming from your furnace, and below, we have listed some of the most common ones. All you have to do is keep reading below to find out more (and of course, remember to contact us when you need furnace repair in Snellville, GA.)

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No, Your Furnace Should NOT Be Blowing Cool Air

Monday, January 27th, 2020

Fortunately, we live in Georgia, which means that winters around here aren’t anything compared to those up North. But, even so, you installed your furnace for a reason: to keep you warm! So, of course, if your system suddenly starts blowing cool air, it’s definitely a cause for concern.

But do not fret! You’ve come to the right spot. See, there are plenty of reasons why your furnace might be blowing cool air, and below, we have outlined some of them for you. All you have to do is keep reading to find out more ( and yes, remember to call our team when you need furnace repair in Snellville, GA!)

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Low Airflow From Your Furnace Means Trouble

Monday, December 31st, 2018

If you’ve recently noticed low airflow from your furnace, it’s time for furnace repair in Athens, GA. We understand that something like this might not seem like a big deal: the furnace is still running and the air is still coming out, right? However, low airflow is a usually the symptom of another, larger issue.

There are multiple things that can cause low airflow, so it is important that you schedule a visit with an HVAC professional who can accurately diagnose and correct the problem before it comes worse. Letting your system run with low airflow can also lead to a wide array of other issues, leaving you with an even costlier repair bill. Below, we will outline some of the potential causes of low airflow and explain why it’s such a big deal.

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