Signs Your Furnace Might Need Repair

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When you choose Pro Duct Solutions for your furnace repair in Ottawa, you are not only choosing a highly skilled team, but also a highly affordable service. We even have discounts for seniors and veterans. We are upfront about our costs and you will never encounter hidden fees.

Our expertise in HVAC systems is unparalleled and our standard of work is incredibly high. We have a knowledgeable and friendly team of licensed professionals ready to fix any issues you have with your furnace in an efficient and thorough manner.

We work cleanly so the only evidence of our work left in your home when we’re done will be a more efficient furnace, a lower gas bill, and cleaner air for you and your family.

‍What are some signs that my furnace needs repair or maintenance?

1. Your furnace is making a weird sound.

2. Your thermostat is set at the temperature it has always been, but for some reason you feel colder than before.

3. Your furnace doesn’t turn on right away.

4. It’s been a while since the last time you’ve had your furnace function checked.

There are many things that could go wrong with your furnace which could compromise its fuel efficiency, heating abilities, and even the safety of your home and family.

Proper maintenance and furnace check-ups can catch and fix the following issues before they ever become a problem.

What can cause a furnace to stop working?

Broken or improperly calibrated thermostat. It’s always good to know how hot your furnace is burning so even though the thermostat seems like a small part of the system, it’s still incredibly important.

Clogged and dirty filters. When the furnace filter is clogged, it makes the furnace have to work harder to circulate heated air to reach the desired temperature for your home. This can put more strain on your furnace system and can cause everything to break down faster. Filter issues are a quick fix that can also help your gas furnace stay in working condition.

Issues with the pilot light or ignition system. Without a properly functioning pilot light, your gas furnace cannot produce heat. When performing maintenance on your furnace, the HVAC technician will check the ignition system in order to ensure the gas has the spark it needs to heat your home.

Compromised fuel efficiency. Do you find yourself to be spending more on your gas bill than usual? The cause might be a compromised furnace. If you suspect that your furnace is costing you money, contact Pro Duct Solutions and they will ensure maximum fuel efficiency for your furnace system.

Faulty air pump. The two main functions of a furnace are to heat air and circulate it throughout your home. If there is an issue with the air pump, then the heated air can’t circulate throughout your house making no difference in your warmth and comfort.

Once you determine that your furnace needs repair or maintenance, the next step is simple: contact Pro Ducts Solutions.

Professional technicians at Pro Duct solutions will diagnose and fix any and all of these problems with your gas furnace. If it’s an HVAC problem that you’re looking to solve, then there’s no one better than the qualified HVAC experts behind Pro Duct Solutions.

When you hire Pro Duct Solutions for your furnace repair or maintenance, you’re hiring a company that is based here in Ottawa. As a local company, we want to do our absolute best to heat the homes and commercial spaces for the people in our own community. There is no corporate office in another country, the HVAC professionals at Pro Duct Solutions live in Ottawa and understand the environment and conditions in which their clients live and work.

Are you enticed by the thought of a warmer home? Do you dream of lower energy costs? Is the air quality of your home or business an absolute top priority?

Book your appointment with Pro Duct Solutions today and your furnace will be in good hands.

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