Touchstone Heating & Air Inc Blog : Posts Tagged ‘Furnace’

Why Is the Furnace Turning On and Off So Frequently?

Monday, January 28th, 2019

covering-earsIf you’re asking this question, then you’re doing a good job of paying attention to the behavior of your home’s heating system. Detecting early indications of malfunctions in a heater is essential to ensuring you arrange for repairs to fix the problem when it’s still small and to avoid potential health hazards. Odd sounds, strange smells, high bills—all are warnings you may need professional service for your furnace in Starke, FL.

Now, about that problem you’ve noticed with the furnace turning on and off rapidly …

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Have Your Furnace Maintained Before the End of the Year

Monday, December 3rd, 2018

furnace-oldThe best way to prevent any serious issues with your furnace is to schedule routine maintenance for it. A qualified technician should thoroughly inspect the entire system to ensure that everything is working properly. With routine maintenance, your furnace will work more effectively. In addition, you will likely spend less money on furnace repair. The longer a problem with your furnace continues, the more likely it is to cause further damage. Proper maintenance allows HVAC technicians to diagnose any problems that you might be unaware of.

Here in Florida, it doesn’t get too cold, but it does get a touch chilly. By now, you have probably turned on your furnace. Before we get too far into the season, call to schedule professional maintenance services. A technician can make sure your system is up to speed.

If you notice anything that suggests an issue with the furnace, such as a strange noise or a lack of heat, don’t hesitate to call a professional for repairs. It is easy to push an issue off until next year, especially with such mild winters. However, we often forget about the problem until next winter rolls around, and we are caught in the same predicament. Remember, the sooner you schedule professional service, the less severe the problem is going to be.

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The Problem of Furnace Short Cycling

Monday, October 31st, 2016

As we get closer to winter, you’re going to start using your furnace for longer and longer hours on a daily basis. More use means more wear and tear on the system, which means more chances for problems to occur. One of the most dangerous problems that can happen to your furnace is called short cycling. Read on to find out where short cycling comes from, and why you need to call for repairs if it starts happening to your furnace.

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Signs You Need a New Furnace

Monday, October 17th, 2016

No matter how well you take care of your furnace, there will come a point when you need to install a new one in your home. When that time comes, it’s important that you be able to recognize it as soon as possible so that you can replace it. You don’t want your system to break down in the middle of a cold winter month, right? Read on to find out more about signs that you need to install a new furnace in your home.

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