Kansas City Furnace Repair Service
Hearing loud noises from your furnace? Is the house cold in some places no matter how much you run the heater? Is there no heat coming from the vents? These are all signs that you need furnace repair service. If you are having trouble with the heating equipment in your Kansas City home, we can solve the problem for you. At Ultra Heating and Cooling LLC, our Kansas City heating professionals will be able to quickly diagnose the problem and accurately fix it.
You can schedule service today by calling one of our customer service professionals. We understand that you have enough to worry about already and need this most basic comfort feature to work right. Let's take care of your furnace repairs today so the peace and comfort of your home are restored.
Heater Won't Turn On? Troubleshooting The Furnace
If your gas furnace won't turn on, it could be a pilot or ignition control problem. Depending on the age of your furnace, the diagnosis will vary. Modern gas-fueled heaters have an intermittent pilot system or a hot surface ignition system. There could be a problem with the furnace ignition control or there could be another mechanical problem. It's best to let our HVAC professionals diagnose the problem for you. You don't want to void the warranty or cause another larger problem.
If you have an electric furnace or a heat pump and it won't turn on, a fuse may have blown or a breaker may have tripped. You can check the power supply to the heater and the circuit breaker. If those look fine, we will need to troubleshoot the problem. One of the most common reasons a gas or electric furnace won't turn on is due to a thermostat malfunction.
Your heating system won't work if the thermostat is malfunctioning. This is the device that operates the furnace and controls the amount of heat it produces. The fan might not be turning on, there may be intermittent heat or the heater may not turn on at all. Our technicians will be able to identify a thermostat problem during testing.
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