An annual inspection of your unit can ensure that the various potential problems mentioned above are detected early, and before they require complete replacement. During this inspection, for instance, a professional might find small cracks in your heat exchanger or a faulty seal in your blower motor. Some manufacturer's warranties even require these annual inspections to maintain validity. Typically, your furnace inspection will cost between $80 and $150 depending on the area in which you live and the professional you work with.
There is no debate.  Regular, professional maintenance of all types of heating equipment is absolutely essential to proper performance.  However, not all service is completed correctly.  The value of your investment is directly impacted by the skill and dedication of the contractor who handles seasonal service.  When you trust the experts from Air Blue Heating and Cooling Inc., you benefit from the best of the best.  Our technicians are fully licensed, bonded, insured, and by verifying their knowledge of today’s increasingly advanced heating and cooling systems, have achieved NATE-certification.  We are recognized as a Carrier Factory Authorized Dealer, a distinction that is earned through consistent demonstration of sound business practices, product knowledge, and technical proficiency.
When Asad came to service my furnace, he said it needed a new thermostat. I told him I ordered on on Amazon, and he said he would schedule a time to install it. I've tried calling him to schedule a service time, but he doesn't call back and can't schedule a time to install the thermostat. The business card he handed out only has his first name on it and no business address. Very Shady.
A pinging or popping sound coming from the duct work can come from thermal expansion—the ductwork expanding and contracting as it heats and cools.  Or, air blowing past a loose flap of metal can make the sound. Track along the duct runs, listening for the sound. If you locate it, make a small dent in the sheet metal to provide a more rigid surface that’s less likely to move as it heats and cools.
Whether you have an electric or gas furnace, you shouldn’t have to suffer when your heater is not working. At Sears Home Services, our technicians fix many of the top furnace manufacturers. The issues you may face with your furnace can vary depending on the type of heating system. If you own an electric model and it isn’t working, some of the potential causes include:
Cut down on energy costs and prevent damage to your furnace by addressing a gas furnace that's overactive or short cycling. Besides the need for consistently comfortable temperatures, this issue could cause long-term safety issues to your home, making it very important to address. From a faulty thermostat to a dirty filter, there are several possible causes to investigate.
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