Heating & Furnace Repair in Euless, TX
Furnace & Heating Repair Services in Tarrant County
A working furnace is essential for keeping your home warm and comfortable during the colder months. Making certain that the furnace is functioning at an optimal level can have a big impact on your utility costs. Our Euless heating and furnace repair professionals have served the people of Tarrant County since 1984 and can be trusted to deliver reliable repair work.
Sudden Service Heating & Air Conditioning strives to provide same-day service to all who call on us. Reach out today at (817) 985-3613.
Common Causes of Furnace Issues
When your furnace isn’t working, it’s possible the cause might be simple—maybe a circuit breaker tripped, and you can just flip it back on. Or the problem might be due to airflow restrictions—which really aren’t furnace problems per se, but issues with the ductwork and how it’s distributing the air. However, there are problems that are unique to the furnace itself.
Here are some of the most common malfunctions we see:
Circuit Control Board Defects
The circuit control board is the brain of your furnace, responsible for regulating various functions and ensuring proper operation. The circuit control boards can develop defects due to wear and tear or electrical issues. These defects can lead to malfunctions, such as the furnace not turning on, inconsistent heating, or complete system failure.
The thermostat is responsible for communicating with the furnace and controlling the temperature in your home. A malfunctioning thermostat can lead to incorrect temperature readings, frequent cycling, or the furnace not turning on at all.
The ignitor is responsible for starting the gas in your furnace's combustion chamber. Ignitors can become worn out or damaged. This can lead to the furnace not turning on or providing insufficient heat.
Dirty Air Filter
The air filter traps dust, dirt, and debris, preventing them from entering the furnace and circulating throughout your home. When the air filter becomes clogged, it restricts airflow, causing the furnace to work harder and potentially overheat. This can lead to reduced efficiency, increased energy consumption, and the potential breakdown of the system.
Dirty Flame Sensor
The flame sensor is responsible for detecting the presence of a flame in the combustion chamber. It can become covered in dirt, dust, or oxidation, impairing its ability to detect the flame accurately. When this happens, the furnace may not ignite or may shut off shortly after starting.
A Pilot Light Gone Bad
Older furnace models often use a pilot light to ignite the gas. If the pilot light goes out or fails to stay lit, the furnace will not produce heat. Common causes of a pilot light going bad include a faulty thermocouple, a blocked pilot tube, or a gas supply issue.
Gas Supply Problems
Speaking of gas supply issues, furnaces rely on a steady supply of natural gas or propane. Gas supply problems can occur due to various reasons, such as a gas leak, a closed gas valve, or a problem with the gas meter. Insufficient gas supply can result in the furnace not igniting or providing inadequate heat
Temperatures can drop significantly during the winter months, so having access to emergency heating repair services is essential. Our office answers the phone 24/7.
Heating system issues can lead to more significant problems down the line. With emergency heating repair, our technicians can promptly address the issue, preventing further damage to the system.
No matter when your heating system fails, we’ll get out there as fast as our available manpower allows—including on weekends. You can have peace of mind knowing that help is just a phone call away, regardless of the time.
A Family-Owned Euless Heating and Furnace Repair Office
We understand the anxieties that homeowners feel when their furnace starts to break down. We know because we’ve been there ourselves, and we further understand that financial concerns are often at the heart of those anxieties. No one should have to choose between their heat and their monthly budget. To help prevent that choice, we offer payment plans to help our customers manage. Furthermore, you can apply for financing through our office.
Call today at (817) 985-3613.
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