Problem #1: Furnace Not Producing Heat
When your furnace isn’t producing heat, it can be a sign of several different issues. It’s important to identify the exact cause of the problem as soon as possible in order to avoid further damage or costly repairs. Champion Services is here to provide professional assistance when it comes to diagnosing and repairing any furnace-related problems you may have.
Check the Thermostat Batteries
The first step is to check the thermostat batteries. If they are dead or weak, this could be causing the furnace not to produce heat. Replacing the batteries should resolve the issue. However, if this does not work, then you may need to look at other potential causes of the problem.
Increase Number of Cycles Per Hour
Another thing you can do is increase the number of cycles per hour on your furnace. This will ensure that your furnace is running more often and will help it reach its desired temperature quicker. You can do this by adjusting the settings on your thermostat or by contacting a professional hvac technician for assistance.
In addition, it’s important to make sure that all vents and registers are open and unobstructed so that air can flow freely throughout your home. If there are any blockages, this could be preventing your system from working properly and causing your furnace not to produce heat.
If these steps don’t resolve the issue, then it’s time to call in a professional HVAC technician from Champion Services! Our team has decades of experience in diagnosing and repairing all types of heating systems. We’ll be able to quickly identify the source of the problem and provide a cost-effective solution that will get your home back up and running in no time!
Problem #2: Pilot Light Won’t Stay Lit
A pilot light is an important part of a furnace that helps the system to ignite and produce heat. If your pilot light won’t stay lit, it can be a sign of a bigger problem. It’s important to seek professional assistance if you are having trouble with your pilot light staying lit as it could indicate a more serious issue.
Clean Out Dirt Build-Up on Ignition System
The first step in troubleshooting this issue is to clean out any dirt or debris that may have built up on the ignition system. This should be done by turning off the power supply to the furnace and then using a brush or vacuum cleaner to remove any dust or dirt from inside the system. You should also check for any blockages in the air intake and exhaust vents.
Turn Off Power Supply and Remove Debris
Next, turn off the power supply again and remove any debris that may have been blocking the flow of gas into the furnace. This includes checking for clogged filters, broken seals, or damaged components. If you find any of these issues, they will need to be addressed before attempting to relight the pilot light. Once all debris has been removed, turn on the power supply again and attempt to relight the pilot light.
If you are still having trouble getting your pilot light to stay lit after cleaning out debris, it is likely due to an issue with either the thermocouple or thermopile. The thermocouple is responsible for sensing when there is enough heat present for combustion while the thermopile is responsible for providing enough electricity for ignition. Both of these components can become worn over time and need to be replaced if they are not functioning properly.
It’s important to seek professional assistance if you are having trouble with your pilot light staying lit as it could indicate a more serious issue such as a gas leak or faulty wiring. Champion Services provides top-notch hvac services at a fair and reasonable price point! We have been family-owned and operated since 1982, so you can trust us with all of your heating needs! Give us a call today if you need help troubleshooting your furnace problems!
|Pilot Light Won’t Stay Lit||Clean Out Dirt Build-Up on Ignition System, Turn Off Power Supply and Remove Debris, Seek Professional Assistance|
|Possible Causes of Issue||Clogged Filters, Broken Seals, Damaged Components, Worn Thermocouple or Thermopile|
|Recommended Action||Seek professional assistance from Champion Services for Troubleshooting and Repair|
Problem #3: Strange Noises Coming From the Furnace
Strange noises coming from a furnace can be concerning for homeowners, but they don’t necessarily indicate an emergency. Most of the time, strange noises coming from a furnace are caused by an issue that requires routine maintenance or repair. It is important to identify and address these issues as soon as possible, as they can lead to more serious problems if left unchecked.
Replace Worn-Out Blower Belt
One of the most common causes of strange noises coming from a furnace is a worn-out blower belt. A blower belt helps to drive the fan that circulates air through your home. If the belt is worn out, it may squeak or squeal when it turns. Replacing the blower belt is relatively simple and usually requires only basic tools and knowledge.
Clean Combustion Chamber
Another potential cause of strange noises coming from a furnace is a dirty combustion chamber. The combustion chamber is where fuel is burned in order to produce heat for your home’s heating system. When dirt and debris build up in this area, it can cause rattling or other strange noises when the furnace runs. Cleaning the combustion chamber requires special tools and knowledge, so it is best to call an HVAC professional for assistance with this task.
Monitor Gas Ignition Processes
In some cases, strange noises coming from a furnace may be caused by an issue with gas ignition processes. If your furnace uses natural gas or propane to produce heat, there may be an issue with how the gas is being ignited or how often it needs to be ignited in order to keep your home warm. Monitoring these processes can help you identify any potential problems before they become serious issues that require costly repairs or replacements.
It’s important to take note of any strange noises coming from your furnace and address them promptly with professional assistance if necessary. Champion Services offers comprehensive hvac services including maintenance, repairs, new installations and replacements at competitive prices in Evanston WY and Ogden UT areas! Contact us today for more information about our services!
|Worn-Out Blower Belt||Replace belt with basic tools and knowledge|
|Dirty Combustion Chamber||Clean combustion chamber with special tools and knowledge (call HVAC professional)|
|Gas Ignition Processes||Monitor gas ignition processes to identify potential problems|
Problem #4: Unpleasant Smells
At Champion Services, we understand that the last thing you want is for your home to smell bad. Unpleasant smells coming from your furnace can be a sign of a serious problem. It could indicate a gas leak or the build-up of soot inside the furnace.
Check for Gas Leaks
If you detect an odor similar to rotten eggs, it could be a sign of a gas leak. If this is the case, immediately turn off the gas supply to your furnace and contact champion services right away. We can inspect your system and determine if there are any problems with your gas lines or connections.
Look for Soot Build-Up Inside the Furnace
Sometimes, unpleasant smells can come from soot build-up inside the furnace. If this is the case, have Champion Services come out and inspect your system. We can clean out any dirt or debris that has built up in the combustion chamber and help improve air quality in your home.
At Champion Services, we understand how important it is to keep your furnace running efficiently and safely. That’s why we offer 24/7 emergency services so you can get help when you need it most. Contact us today for more information!
Problem #5: Water Pooling Around the Furnace
Water pooling around your furnace can be a sign of a serious problem. If you see water around your furnace, it’s important to take action quickly and call an experienced HVAC professional. The most common cause of water pooling is a cracked heat exchanger, which can be dangerous if not addressed immediately.
Look for Cracks in Heat Exchanger
The heat exchanger is a metal chamber that contains the combustion gasses from the furnace. Over time, this part can become corroded or cracked due to age and regular wear-and-tear. If there is a crack in the heat exchanger, it can leak carbon monoxide into your home. This gas is odorless and colorless, making it difficult to detect without the proper equipment. An HVAC technician will be able to inspect the heat exchanger and determine whether or not it needs to be replaced.
Don’t Attempt DIY Repair
While some people may attempt to repair their own furnace, this is not recommended for safety reasons. If you suspect that your water pooling issue is caused by a cracked heat exchanger, you should contact an HVAC professional right away. A qualified technician will have the experience and expertise necessary to safely diagnose and repair the problem.
At Champion Services, we understand how important it is for our customers to have safe and reliable heating systems in their homes. That’s why we offer 24/7 emergency services for all types of HVAC repairs and maintenance needs. Our experienced team of technicians has been providing quality service since 1982 and can help you get your furnace back up and running quickly and safely!
Problem #6: Carbon Monoxide Exposure Symptoms
Carbon monoxide is a colorless, odorless gas that can be deadly when exposed to in large amounts. It is produced by burning fuel and can leak from furnaces if they are not properly maintained. The symptoms of carbon monoxide poisoning include headaches, dizziness, nausea, confusion, chest pain and shortness of breath. To prevent these symptoms from occurring, it is important to take steps to ensure the safety of your family.
Install Carbon Monoxide Detector
The first step to preventing carbon monoxide exposure is to install a carbon monoxide detector in your home. This device will alert you if the levels of carbon monoxide become too high and allow you to take action before anyone becomes sick. It should be placed near the furnace and checked regularly to make sure it is functioning properly.
Have HVAC Professionals Inspect System
It is also important to have your furnace inspected by an HVAC professional on a regular basis. They can check for any potential issues that could lead to carbon monoxide exposure such as faulty wiring or leaks in the system. If any problems are found, they should be addressed immediately to ensure the safety of everyone in your home.
At champion services we understand the importance of keeping your family safe from the dangers of carbon monoxide exposure. Our team of experienced technicians are available 24/7 and provide top-notch services at a fair and reasonable price point! We offer heating, air conditioning, plumbing and electrical repairs, maintenance, new installations and replacements that you can trust! Contact us today for more information about how we can help keep your family safe!