Furnace Repair in Weber, Davis, Box Elder & Salt Lake Counties
R&D Heating and Air specializes in furnace repair throughout Northern Utah. Our certified experts are here to provide you with affordable, trustworthy, and reliable HVAC repair. Furnaces are designed to keep your home warm while also keeping the air clean by filtering the circulated air throughout the home.
Warm Up Your Home with Furnace Maintenance
Annual furnace services are designed to test your furnace for problems and potential issues in the future. We identify energy leaks that could continue increasing your monthly energy bill. Also, we clean the furnace and make sure it is working safely. If you find your furnace isn’t keeping the home as warm as it should, or you are concerned about air quality, call our Roy furnace specialists as soon as possible, 801-436-5213.
We provide furnace services for all makes and models including, but not limited to the following;
- American Standard
- Day & Night
Common Furnace Repair Issues
When you have a furnace that is starting to age, you need to be prepared for some repairs soon. Planning for these repairs makes it less of a financial burden when you need to replace certain parts. Here are some of the most common furnace problems and repairs;
- Frequent cycling
- Cracked heat exchanger
- Dirty filters
- Slipped or frayed blower belt
- Pilot control problems
- Electric switch failure
- Malfunctioning thermostat
- Flickering pilot light or yellow pilot light
- Worn out ball bearings
- Limit switch
- Unusual noises
- Will not turn on
- Leaking water
Maintain Your Furnace to Reduce Problems
One of the best things you can do to increase your furnace’s lifespan is to spend a little time maintaining it. Set a reoccurring alarm on your calendar to remind yourself to change your air filter monthly. Air filters are needed to clean the air circulated through the home and reduce the amount of dust, dirt, and pollen that can build up on the blower motor.
Check the thermostat in your home to determine if it is to blame for heating issues. If the furnace doesn’t produce heat, the thermostat battery level could be low and needs to be replaced. If you replace the thermostat battery and are still having problems, consider replacing the thermostat with a modern thermostat.
If your home’s temperature is still wrong, make sure all of the supply vents around your home are free of any blockage. Objects can block within the vent or around the outside. The heat is meant to flow freely throughout the home and just one of the vents being blocked or closed can affect the overall temperature. Also, while furnaces are usually located in areas away from the normal living spaces, be sure there is nothing flammable sitting around the furnace at any time.
Schedule a Furnace Service
Keep your furnace working at its best by scheduling your furnace service. Annual furnace inspections will identify problems and help to keep the overall HVAC system running properly. Our furnace service inspection includes;
- Check the condition of the furnace
- Identify concerns with leaks or corrosion
- Check the condition of the heat exchanger
- Check the condition of the blower fan motor
- Check on the fan capacitor
- Test the ignitor
- Check for wiring issues
- Check the inducer
- Wipe and clean debris in or around the motor and within the system
- Check the amp draw
- Test the airflow
- Check the furnace filter
- Identify any safety concerns
- Perform a combustion analysis
- Check temperature differential
Call R&D Heating and Air today to schedule a furnace repair and service and keep your home warm all winter long, 801-436-5213.