The old siding on my home had finally reached the end of its lifespan. This meant it was time to re-side my home. After doing some research, I knew what features I wanted for my new siding. One of the features that was most important to me was the appearance of the siding and how it would increase the curb appeal of my home. Siding wraps around your entire home and can make it look old and dated, or new and modern. With this website, I hope to discuss different siding products and discuss what sort of appeal and look it can bring to your home. This can help you select the siding type that will impact the overall appearance of your home for the better.
No one wants to get stuck in the middle of winter with a furnace that won't turn on. Not only is this an inconvenience, but it can also be quite disheartening to say the least. When temperatures outside are bitter cold, you cannot go without any heat. Thankfully, there are a few simple solutions that could be the cause of your problem. By following the tips below, you can hopefully get to the bottom of the issue and get your heat back working quickly.
The thermostat isn't working properly.
One of the main things to look at whenever your furnace stops working is the thermostat. There is always the possibility that it got turned down on accident. Programmable thermostats can be touchy. If the numbers say it is set at 50 and your home is registering 55, your furnace isn't going to kick on because it thinks your home is fine. Adjusting the thermostat to the right setting often solves the problem. However, if the thermostat is bad, you will need HVAC services to come in and replace it for you.
The circuit breaker got tripped.
Gas and electric furnaces could both end up having the circuit breaker get tripped without your realizing it. All it takes is a small power surge to mess your furnace up and power it down. The best way to correct this problem is to look at your breaker box and see if the circuit for the furnace was tripped. If so, you can simply reset it to get your furnace going again.
The pilot light isn't lighting.
When the pilot light goes out, the burners can't ignite. Many times, you can simply relight the pilot on your own. However, if you don't feel comfortable doing so, you need to call upon an HVAC technician to help. They will be able to examine the burner and see if something else is causing the pilot light to go out. It could be something as simple as a dirty burner causing the problem. In an electric furnace, the ignition failure is going to end up preventing any of your elements from being able to activate.
If none of the above worked or they aren't something you can handle on your own, you can turn to the help of a licensed HVAC technician who can come out and get the job done for you. Don't wait around and hope the problem will fix itself. Make the call today.Share