You place a lot of demand on your heating systems during the colder winter months, without bothering about heating maintenance in Prescott AZ. Though it is pleasant all year round, in the middle of the winter expecting your heating systems to be fully operational without a hitch could quickly turn into a nightmare, with a broken furnace.
It could leave you wondering what the problem is when turning up the thermostat a few degrees isn’t making you feel cosy anymore. The cause could be as simple as a broken thermostat, pilot light or leaky ducts.
An annual heating maintenance in Prescott AZ, from Northern Arizona Heating & Air LLC, can take care of all of these issues and keep you well prepared for a hassle-free winter.
A subtle warning sign could be in the form of rising energy bills. A furnace that is working overtime and running more than usual could be one of the main reasons for rising utility bills. Choked or dirty air vents and filters could cause your heating systems to work too hard. Increase in gas prices may not be the only reason your heating bills have increased this year.
It’s imperative to get your yearly heating maintenance in Prescott, AZ did if you don’t wish to be blindsided.
If your furnace has stopped working, with a blank thermostat’s screen staring at you, you could have a case of a tripped circuit breaker or a blown fuse.
Though it might sound silly the furnace switch could be turned off by mistake. Here’s how you can turn it on. Get to your electrical panel, which is usually located in the basement, utility room or garage. The breaker for your furnace should generally be labelled with a furnace sticker. Now make sure to turn the breaker to the “On” position.
The furnace switch is typically located somewhere near the bottom of your stairs, in the ceiling, or in the furnace room, and usually at eye level. Turn your furnace switch on, once you’ve located it.
If you suspect a gas leak because your home smells funny, don’t switch anything on or turn them off either. Head outside and call the utility company.
You would be better off not to replace parts of your furnace unless you are trained to do so. The correct furnace contractor is qualified to do the job right the first time. It will also save you from costly repairs later on.
A useful rule of thumb is to never miss a yearly heating maintenance.
If troubleshooting doesn’t resolve your furnace issues, contact Northern Arizona Heating & Air LLC and don’t be left out in the cold.