Your gas furnace is key to your comfort and safety inside your Pennsylvania home when the outside temperatures drop into lower digits. So if your furnace suddenly stops working or starts making a loud clanking or squealing noise, you need one of our All Seasons Comfort Control experts as soon as possible.
If you detect an issue with your heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) equipment, don’t let it ruin your day. Also, don’t wait until the issue evolves into something more serious and costly. We always recommend calling us immediately for a prompt assessment and long-lasting repair.
When you contact us, our licensed and insured experts will promptly come out to your Philadelphia suburb home to accurately diagnose and repair the issue.
In the event you have no heat during nonbusiness hours and you require emergency service, we offer 24/7/365 emergency service without charging emergency rates. We understand these situations occur at all hours, and your comfort and safety are top priorities for us.
Our heating and cooling team works with a wide variety of gas furnaces, so we most likely carry your needed part and can return your furnace to its proper working condition in no time. At All Seasons Comfort Control, we honor all manufacturer warranties, so contact. We are here to help. Give us a call.
Why Would My Gas Furnace Stop Heating My Home?
There are several reasons your gas furnace could stop working. A couple things to check on your own, prior to contacting our heating and cooling professionals, are your air filter and your thermostat.
Check your HVAC air filter to be sure it’s clean. A dirty filter can block your gas furnace’s airflow and cause your furnace to shut down. Also check your thermostat is set to Heat and it’s working. If neither of these are the source of your problem, give our All Seasons Comfort Control experts a call to come out and assess your gas furnace.
How Can I Tell If I Should Repair or Replace My Gas Furnace?
To help you determine whether to repair or replace your gas furnace, you need to evaluate both your Bucks County area energy bills and your repair costs.
Compare your current heating bill to last year’s bill. If it is much larger now, it may be time to replace your furnace. If you do need to replace your gas furnace, we offer financing since a new system can be an investment.
When it comes to deciding whether to repair or replace, consider how much the repair will cost. If your furnace is 10 to 12 years old or younger and the repair should be less than half the price of replacing the furnace, we recommend repairing over replacing.
How Long Do Furnace Flame Sensors Last?
A common gas furnace repair our All Seasons Comfort Control make is flame sensor replacement. The flame sensor detects whether your furnace’s gas fuel is burning or leaking.
This is a critical safety feature in your system. To prevent your flame sensor from failing, you should routinely replace it every two to three years.