Customer called requesting standard maintenance on their gas furnace and their tankless water system. System is running well, all components are within manufacturers specifications. No issues other than thermostat which home owner is aware of. Recommend annual maintenance Tankless Maint - Unit has been flushed and inspected. All operations normal at this time.
Customer has a 3 year old American Standard gas furnace, she said that her furnace and thermostat were fried and not working. She had an electrician come by and inspect it, but he wasn't able to do anything. Upon investigation, I found that the thermostat has failed due to a power surge that hit the home. I also found that the fuse on the control board was blown and the contactor at the condenser was fried along with wiring. I replaced thermostat, contactor, and fuse/wiring and tested all modes of operation. All components are within manufacturers specifications and system fully operational. Recommend annual maintenance and power surge protector for either home or equipment.
To make sure the unit you select is the right size for your home, the Sears HVAC expert does an electronic load calculation estimate to determine the exact type of heat and air conditioning system that’s just right for your home–we don’t just replace it with the same size unit you currently have. These calculations take into consideration things such as the size of your home, its exposure to the sun and wind, the number and size of windows, how well insulated it is and more. This step is essential so the unit isn’t too small or too large–both waste energy.
As a Bryant Factory Authorized Dealer, Welzig Heating & Air consistently performs to strenuous standards of technical competence, business ethics, and customer approval. Our team is NATE-certified, factory trained and regularly updated in progressive technology. Equipped with leading edge equipment, tools, and a full inventory of genuine manufacturer’s replacement parts, we properly size and install new systems, accurately diagnose existing systems, and resolve the majority of issues right then and there.
24HR Home Comfort Services, is a Wisconsin and Illinois Heating, Cooling, Air Conditioning, Geothermal Heat Pump, and furnace repair, service, replacement and maintenance Company located in Rock County WI and McHenry County IL. 24HR Home Comfort Services employs only the best technicians for air conditioner repair and, furnace repair as well as all air conditioner replacement, furnace replacement and boiler replacement in Afton WI, Avalon WI, Beloit WI, Brodhead WI, Brooklyn WI, Burlington WI, Cambridge WI, Clinton WI, Darien WI, Delavan WI, Dousman WI, Eagle WI, East Troy WI, Edgerton WI, Elkhorn WI, Evansville WI, Fontana WI, Footville WI, Fort Atkinson WI, Hanover WI, Janesville WI, Jefferson WI, Johnson Creek WI, Lake Geneva WI, Lake Mills WI, Lyons WI, Madison WI, Marshall WI, McFarland WI, Milton WI, Mukwonago WI, North Prairie WI, Oconomowoc WI, Oregon WI, Orfordville WI, Palmyra WI, Rockton WI, Roscoe WI, Sharon WI, South Beloit WI, Stoughton WI, Sullivan WI, Sun Prairie WI, Walworth WI, Watertown WI, Watertown WI, Whitewater WI, and Williams Bay WI. A good heating and air conditioning repair or service company near you. To set-up a repair service estimate or replacement estimate, call (608) 868-6412. 24HR Home Comfort Services services all furnace, AC, humidifier, filter, thermostat and water heater brands including Carrier, Bryant, Payne, Trane, Lennox, Rheem, Ruud, Amana, Crown, Frigidaire, Gibson, Goodman, Lochinvar, Maytag, Weil McLain, A O Smith, Kohler, American Standard, GeoExcel, General, Aprilaire, Honeywell, White Rodgers, Dynamic and Skuttle.
Furnaces and thermostats are not mix-and-match appliances. Using the wrong type of thermostat with a furnace will cause operating problems and can be dangerous. Although thermostats look similar, they are designed very differently. There are numerous types of heating systems and thermostat systems and they need to be coordinated for safe and proper operation. There are three types of thermostat systems used today: millivoltage, low voltage, and line voltage.