You can’t bank on the weather in Ronkonkoma, but one thing the team at Cool Power LLC wants you to be able to depend on is your heating and cooling system. Having a cozy home isn’t a seasonal thing, it’s something you need all year. When your furnace is having complications you may think that means a furnace repair can be expected in your future. That may not be the case. If your furnace hasn’t been its usual, reliable self as of late, there are a few things a homeowner can do before calling in the experts at Cool Power LLC .
Check the Thermostat
We have been on a job where all we had to do was switch a thermostat from “cool” to “heat”. While changing the thermostat for the season, a homeowner can easily overlook flipping the switch, telling your heating and cooling system what you would like it to do.
Something else to check while you’re at the thermostat is the battery. The majority of digital thermostats give a low battery warning, but if it’s been a while since you’ve changed batteries it may be time for a swap. It’s another easy fix that could save you a repair call.
Check the Filter
A dirty air filter can create all sorts of troubles. Not only will a dirty filter inhibit your system’s efficiency and block air flow, it could also cause an unexpected breakdown. Changing the filter in your heating and cooling system is simple and it can play a major role in keeping your system functioning at its best.
Check the Switches
The first switch you’ll want to check is the breaker for your furnace. Sometimes a problem can be as easy to fix as a tripped breaker or blown fuse.
Check the Vents
A typical misconception is that a homeowner should seal the vents in unused rooms. This could actually lead to a furnace repair down the line. Closed vents cause higher pressure throughout your duct system and cause your system to work harder than it needs to.
If you’ve tried our troubleshooting tips and you’re still having troubles the team at Cool Power LLC are always there for you to make sure all of your home comfort needs are met. Give us a call at 631-246-4029.