As temperatures drop, we rely heavily on our furnaces to keep our homes comfy during winter. However, it is not uncommon to experience problems or disruptions with your system during this time. To help you avoid potential issues, our expert technicians have identified a few of the most common problems HVAC systems face in winter and practical HVAC tips on preventing them.
Carbon Monoxide (CO) leaks from a gas furnace are a serious safety concern during the winter when heating systems are in constant use. Protect your household by taking the following precautions:
Dirty or clogged furnace filters can hinder the efficiency of your HVAC system, leading to increased energy consumption and decreased heating performance. Dirty or clogged air filters can cause the furnace to overheat, damaging your system. You can prevent this issue by following this simple step:
A malfunctioning furnace thermostat can disrupt your HVAC system's ability to regulate temperature accurately. Avoid temperature inconsistencies and discomfort by checking for the following:
Don't let your HVAC system disrupt your comfort this winter season. Ensure the reliable performance of your heating system by scheduling annual furnace maintenance to identify and address any potential problems. Our expert technicians conduct comprehensive mechanical and safety inspections for carbon monoxide leaks, blocked flues, and excessive soot build-up before they escalate. With this proactive furnace maintenance approach, you'll enjoy lower utility bills and the reliable assurance of a warm, cozy home.
Call Atlas Butler 24/7 at 1-800-FURNACE to speak with a representative, or visit atlasbutler.com to schedule your furnace maintenance.