The furnace or heat pump blows cold air   New Jersey is known for cold, bitter weather during the winter season, you need to know when to contact your Green Apple Plumbing & Mechanical NJ HVAC technician for emergency furnace repairs. One of the most critical times is when your furnace only blows cold air. […]

The furnace or heat pump blows cold air

 

New Jersey is known for cold, bitter weather during the winter season, you need to know when to contact your Green Apple Plumbing & Mechanical NJ HVAC technician for emergency furnace repairs. One of the most critical times is when your furnace only blows cold air. Based on the age of the furnace and its overall condition, Green Apple can repair your present unit or recommend a new heating unit to avoid problems with the family suffering from cold icy temperatures in the home.

 

Also, if your furnace is blowing cold air, you may find that there are a number of different other issues that can affect the temperature of the air that is released in the room. In some cases, you may need to have the filter cleaned from clogs or replaced so that more warm air will enter the room. By making these repairs, the heating systems will not overheat nor shut off completely. Cleaning the air filters from clogs will also prevent the unit from blowing only cool air out.

 

Rapid Cycling Occurs – Problems with Thermostat Controls

 

Some problems that you discover with your furnace is not necessarily an emergency that needs to be fixed immediately. However, there are some furnace repair jobs that need to be fixed as soon as the family can address them. For instance, when the family begins to hear sounds from the home’s furnace that turns off and on quickly, they are usually dealing with a thermostat problem called rapid cycling.

 

Rapid cycling is considered to be a safety precaution feature for the furnace and its control. So, even though it may not be compared to a hazardous emergency electrical heating repair problem, it still needs to be repaired relatively quickly to prevent this safety feature from failing altogether.

 

Significant amounts of Dust Collecting in the home

 

When you are responding to the question, when do I need a furnace repair? You may find that the answer can vary greatly based on the situation and the circumstances involved. As referenced earlier, some of the signs are easy to identify, and others are not as apparent. Therefore, you need to know a little about both so that you address them as they occur. For instance, if you are keeping a relatively decent home that is usually free from dust and debris on your furniture, you may find that significant amounts of dust collecting in your home are not normal for you.

 

In some of these cases, you may track down the source of your problems to a malfunction in your heating furnace. This is because your furnace is designed to pull in dirty, dusty air from the outside of your home. This air is filtered, heated, and then blown into the atmosphere to warm the home throughout. When this process works as it should, little to no dust is left behind. On the other hand, if your air filtration process does not work properly, particularly in older furnaces, dust will be left behind on the surfaces of your furniture, floors, and other things in your home.

Green Apple Plumbing & Mechanical NJ are the experts you can trust. We have been serving the NJ area for years with professionalism and expertise. Customer service and care are always our number one priority. If you have any questions or concerns regarding any of your HVAC or plumbing needs call toll-free @888-315-5564

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