The homeowners of Kingston are probably pretty tired of the cold weather by now. No matter where you go to Kingston, you have to walk with the icy wind. That is why at the end of the day if you want a toasty warm space, that’s legit!
The last thing that you expect in Kingston during winter is your furnace blowing cold air. But unfortunately, a new furnace or the one recently had a furnace repair in Kingston, can cause this unpleasant surprise.
You can ECM for a furnace repair in Kingston if any such thing happens. We will fix your problem for free if the last repair date is under our warranty norms.
Why Your Furnace Is Not Generating Hot Air?
Incorrect Thermostat Setting
Do you always have a thermostat war going in your home? If so, someone may have changed your thermostat fan setting to ON instead of AUTO. And with such a setting, your thermostat will run continuously but without heating your home.
Empty Fuel Tank
If you have a gas or oil furnace, sometimes you may be out of fuel. Without fuel, your blower can keep circulating cold air as the burners fail to produce heat.
Have you changed your air filters? If not, then you are compromising with the airflow and also causing your furnace to overheat.
If the pilot is not lighting, there is perhaps a problem with the gas valve. If you don’t clean your system regularly, the valve could be stuck due to debris.
If your pilot is going out even after relighting, again and again, you are probably dealing with a defective thermocouple, which is also causing your furnace to blow cold air.
Quenched Pilot Light
This can happen with an older furnace. If you forget to keep an eye on the pilot light, it can go out. If you know how to relight your pilot yourself and are comfortable doing it, you may. If not, call ECM for the job.
Many of these problems can be prevented with regular maintenance and cleaning of your heating device. If you haven’t done that yet this winter, call ECM to keep your system in top shape.