Emergency Furnace Repair: A Timeline
You Notice the Problem
You’re woken up by how cold your home has gotten or settling in for the night when you realize you need a sweater. Even worse, it could be your day off, and you notice the house isn’t warming up. Here are a few things you can check before you make a call for emergency furnace repair.
- Check The Thermostat – Is it on and set to heat? Is the fan set to on or auto? Is it set higher than the current temperature in the house?
- Check The Breaker – Gas and Electric furnaces both need electricity to generate heat.
- Check The Furnace Filter – A clogged filter won’t allow the furnace to blow the heated air. It’s also dangerous and could lead to an emergency furnace repair.
- Check the Gas – NOTE: If you smell gas, get out of the house and call 911. If you have a gas furnace, make sure the gas is on. The handle for your gas line should be parallel to the pipe when open.
- Check the Pilot Light – Another gas furnace issue is the pilot light being out. It’s an easy fix.
Do I Need Emergency Furnace Repair?
Before you call, collect this information:
- Make a list of what you’ve already tried
- Make note if your furnace is gas or electric
- Call Mitch Craig Heating and Cooling
We Offer Financing
Financing is now available because emergency furnace repair isn’t something you plan for, but getting it fixed is a priority.
While You Wait for Your Emergency Furnace Repair
You can do some helpful things while waiting on your repair that we covered in our blog Heating Service Tips that will pass the time and might help keep you warm.
After Your Emergency Furnace Repair
You don’t get to be the best by giving average service. Furthermore, we always strive to make the customer 100% happy and complete the highest quality work. Leave us a review and let us know how we did.