Many people think that HVAC service calls only happen in the summer and winter, but the fall season is just as busy. This is because the weather starts cooling down, and people use their furnaces more. As a result, there is an increased risk of furnace problems.
Here are some of the most common fall HVAC service calls that we receive as things begin to cool down:
Most Common Fall HVAC Service Calls
- Broken igniter: The igniter is a component in the furnace that ignites the gas or oil that heats the air. If the igniter is broken, the furnace will not start.
- General cleaning: The furnace should be cleaned and serviced annually to remove dust, dirt, and debris that can build up over time. This will help to improve the efficiency of the furnace and prevent breakdowns.
- Motor failure: The inducer motor is a fan that helps to circulate the air in the furnace. If the motor fails, the furnace cannot heat the air properly.
- Moisture damage: If the air conditioner is not properly maintained, water can damage the drain system and cause moisture damage to the furnace.
Even if you are not experiencing any of these problems, it is essential to have your furnace serviced annually to prevent future problems. A professional technician can inspect the furnace and ensure it is in good working order.
If you’re looking for more reliable and comprehensive service, check out the Hoosier Indoor Air Comfort Guard service program!
Here are some additional benefits of having your furnace serviced in the fall:
- It can help to extend the lifespan of your furnace.
- It can improve your furnace’s efficiency, saving you money on your energy bills.
- It can help to prevent breakdowns, which can be inconvenient and expensive.
- It can improve the indoor air quality in your home.
Call Us if We Can Help!
If you are concerned about your furnace’s health or experiencing any problems, please do not hesitate to contact us online to schedule a service appointment or call us at 317-888-9111.
We are here to help you keep your furnace running smoothly all cold season long!