Why Is My Heating System Blowing Cold Air?

November 7, 2019

Ever turn your heat on or have the system kick on only to experience cold air blowing from the registers? It is an awful experience that many homeowners will encounter at least once in their lives. Let us look at some of the common reasons your heating equipment may be blowing cold air. Initial Cool Air Don’t fret if you get an initial flow of cool air when turning your heating on. This is especially true if the furnace has been off for an extended period of time. The air handler kicks on first, and as soon as the system heats up, the problem will go away. Thermostat Fan Setting A common problem in Louisville encounters when performing heating repairs is the fan switch on the thermostat having been accidentally positioned to ON rather than AUTO. When the thermostat stops the heat because the target temperature is reached, the fan continues to blow. By switching it back to AUTO, you ensure that the fan is only engaged when the heat is on. Check the Furnace Filter Check the furnace filter near the heat exchanger. If the filter is too dirty, it can impede airflow causing the exchanger to overheat. When...

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Signs You Need Furnace Repair

December 14, 2018

As soon as you notice a possible sign that your furnace needs repair it is best to have it inspected by a technician from Air Comfort of Kentucky. There are several things that can go wrong with your furnace while some are minor and only cause a mild inconvenience, some can be major and leave you cold and in need of major repairs or even a furnace replacement. Signs Your Furnace Needs Repairing Odd noises Higher than normal bill Heat not keeping up with thermostat Poor airflow Odd Noises Strange Noises Strange noises coming from your furnace is almost always a tell-tale sign something is wrong. No one likes to hear clunks and bangs coming from the furnace. If there a problem with the furnace you will most likely notice that the strange noises are present when the furnace turns on or is running and all is quiet again when it turns off. High Bill If your bill jumps in price, then you know something is not right with your furnace. Especially if you’re not using your furnace a lot but notice an increase in the bill. The broken furnace component is using more energy than usual to run, and...

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