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Address Furnace Heating Problems – Worcester, Boston

16 May 2014

If you have furnace problems, there is no need to panic.

Sometimes your furnace may not be heating because of the circuit breaker, pilot light or thermostat. When the circuit breaker, the pilot light, or the thermostat batteries have problems, your furnace may not function properly. So make sure to check these things first and replace a blown fuse and dead batteries or light the pilot light. If none of the above are the issue, then there might be a larger problem going on with your furnace that only a heating professional can solve.

Your furnace may not be heating enough. A furnace with a dirty filter or leaky duct may mean that the furnace is not delivering enough heat. Debris in the furnace's air filter blocks the flow of hot air needed to heat your home. Also, leaky ducts allow warmed air to escape, creating cold spots. Air filters need to be cleaned or replaced and leaky ducts should be sealed by a heating professional in Boston.

A furnace must be checked every regularly. A professional plumber can check the possible causes of the problems with your furnace. Do not neglect furnace maintenance and you will lower your expenses, especially on your energy bills during winter.

Many furnace issues require professional to fix them. Call Greater Boston Plumbing & Heating now for concerns on heating and air conditioning systems.