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Let’s breathe new life into your old furnace
First things first, if you have a gas furnace and smell a strong gas odor, you should immediately leave your home and call your gas utility company. This can be a very serious health hazard to you and your family.
Does your furnace struggle to heat your home or has somehow stopped working altogether? Is your furnace making odd noises?
WHY KING HEATING & AIR CONDITIONING IS YOUR BEST CHOICE:
- Quick Response Times
- 24/7 Emergency Service
- Honest Work, Affordable Prices
- Our Priority is Your Safety & Comfort
- No Cutting Corners
- Clean, Friendly Technicians
- We Treat You Like Family
- Quality Service since 1895
Signs your furnace may need repair
Pinging, popping, squeaking, rattling and rumbling is not normal. They are signs of a problem such as an airflow reduction, improperly adjusted pilot light, an unlubricated blower motor, a loose panel, a worn belt, worn motor bearings or a clogged burner.
If your furnace does not blow air at all, the problem may lie with the thermostat, the blower motor, the run capacitor, furnace control board or transformer.
Conversely, if your furnace is constantly running and never shuts off, this can also be a sign that a repair is necessary. A gas furnace blower that does not turn off could also indicate a problem with a faulty limit control switch.
Call Now for a Free Service Call with Repair at 919-372-0900
The dirty truth about air filters
One of the most common causes of a poorly performing furnace is a dirty or worn-out air filter. A dusty, dirty smell coming from your vents when the blower is another indication of a clogged filter.
When your air filter is clogged, your air handler must work harder to compensate for the blockage of air flow. In addition to increasing your power bill, the reduced air flow through your system can cause your heat exchanger to overheat and shut off too quickly.
If your furnace is not operating, it could also be the furnace safety switch that prevents the fan and burner from coming on while the access panel is removed. The furnace blower is also an essential component. It draws heat from the furnace and distributes it throughout your house. That’s why it’s crucial to keep the furnace blower well lubricated at all times.
A bad limit switch could cause the blower to run continuously, and as a result, significantly shorten the lifespan of the blower. A faulty ignition system such as those found on furnaces with a thermocouple can greatly impede your furnace’s ability to heat your home properly. Drafts or clogs in your heating system can result in your pilot light going out.
Our experienced service technicians can inspect your furnace, diagnose the problem and make the necessary repairs. They can inspect and clean the heat exchanger, high limit switch, combustion chamber, burners, jets, blower motor and fan, condensate lines, ignitor and flame sensor. They can also conduct a temperature differential test to measure the temperature of the air going into and leaving your furnace and do a combustion analysis of the exhaust checking levels of oxygen, carbon monoxide, and carbon dioxide.
At King Heating & Air Conditioning, we offer diagnostic service calls free with all repairs , 24/7 service with no extra fee for Members, low, flat-rate pricing, and discounts for active and retired military, first responders, teachers and seniors. So call us now.
A dozen smart reasons to count on King for your AC & Heating needs:
- Reliable service and honest estimates from true professionals
- Highly trained repair technicians
- Fully licensed, bonded and insured
- Diagnostic service calls free with all repairs
- 24/7 service with no extra fee for Members
- Discounts for military, seniors and first responders, police, and firefighters
- We sell and service all makes of air conditioning and HVAC systems
- An authorized dealer of Amana air conditioning and HVAC systems
- Serving residential homeowners and light commercial businesses
- Family owned and operated by veterans
- Six generations with a proud tradition of service since 1895
- Financing with affordable payments and no money down