furnace problems

October 10, 2019

Cracked Heat Exchanger? Safety Precautions & Steps to Its Solution

Many homeowners are somewhat mystified by the way their furnaces work. They know that when the burners ignite, the fan comes on and the heat is distributed through the duct work. But there’s also a key part inside a furnace known as a heat exchanger. It’s important to know what it does, and how to detect the signs that all is not well with it. Read on for how to deal with a cracked heat exchanger. What a Heat Exchanger Does […]
January 10, 2017

What’s That Furnace Odor?

Your heating system works hard to keep your Peachtree City home warm during the winter. It pulls cooler air through return ducts, heats the air and then pushes the air through supply ducts back to your living spaces. This process shouldn’t create any odors or smells in your home. So, if a furnace smell is emanating from your ducts, read on for tips on what to do to get rid of the shoo! Smell of Burning Dust When you start […]
December 3, 2015

Learn How to Troubleshoot Common Furnace Issues in Your Home

The cold winds are blowing in Georgia, and you’re hoping you can depend on your furnace this winter. However, it’s always prudent to be prepared for trouble. That’s why it’s so important to know what to look for if the heating system stops dead in its tracks, or just doesn’t seem to be heating your home sufficiently. Following are some troubleshooting tips for furnaces: What if It Won’t Turn on? Check the simplest issues first. Is the heating turned on? […]
December 5, 2013

Your Furnace Has Quit Working? Simple Fixes That Could Get It Going Again

With fall weather settling in and winter on the way, many Peachtree City area homeowners are turning on the heat for the season. For some of them, switching on the heat for the first time will yield an unpleasant surprise: a furnace that seems to have quit working as it sat unused throughout the warmer seasons. If this has happened to you, and your furnace worked just fine last year, there’s a good chance your problem could be quite simple. […]