Spring is finally here and the weather is getting warmer. This means the daily operation of your heater might be a thing of the past. Even if it is, it doesn’t mean all traces of your heater should leave your mind. Now is the time to prepare for next year with furnace repair in Loveland, CO.
Have an honest moment and ask yourself–were you happy with your furnace’s operation this season? If you can’t say that you were, then you probably had a furnace problem bringing down the operation of your system. This happens to the best of us. We just want to encourage you to solve this problem before the start of next heating season. Leaving your heater in the best condition possible at the start of spring will make you happy come fall.
Late Season Furnace Issues You Should Address
There are furnace issues that are more common in homes by the time that spring starts knocking on the door. If you notice any of these problems, then it’s time to schedule an appointment with us.
False Thermostat Readings
Have you noticed that your home’s thermostat seems a little off these days? This might become a problem when you feel like your home is freezing, but your heater won’t turn on because the thermostat reading is too high. This can cause discomfort or inefficiency in your home. If you’d like to rectify this problem, then you’re going to need the help of professionals like ours.
If your heater is running short cycling or in long, seemingly never-ending cycles, then you have efficiency issues. This is a heater problem on its own, but it can become an even bigger problem with time if it goes unaddressed.
High Energy Bills
Are your energy bills too high? Your energy bills are expected to be a little higher during the winter months because you’re running your heater more often. The problem comes when your habits are all the same and your energy bills are higher. This points to a decline in your heating bills.
Have you noticed that there are some strange scents that float around your home when your heater runs? This is always a sign of trouble and can actually be a sign of danger if you’re running a natural gas-fueled heater.
Not Enough Warmth
As long as you have a furnace, you should expect to be warm. If you’re not warm enough although you have a working furnace, you should first look at the installation job you received. If your furnace wasn’t installed properly, it might not be able to accommodate the needs of your space no matter if the system is the right size for your home or not.
If a lack of warmth hasn’t been an ongoing problem in your home since day one. The problem might have just stemmed from your heater wearing down over time. We can help you with this.
Contact Fort Collins Heating & Air Conditioning to schedule an appointment with us. We’re big enough to serve, small enough to care.