Why Won’t the Burners in the Furnace Light Up?

Monday, October 29th, 2018

furnace-burners-smallYou get up one morning and find the floor beneath your feet is chilly. Well, time to fire-up the good ol’ gas furnace and warm up your home. But when you turn up the thermostat, nothing happens. You go down to the basement (or to wherever your furnace is located) and see that the gas burners haven’t lit. What’s going on? And, more importantly, what do you do to fix it?

First … In most cases, you shouldn’t attempt to fix it! Although we’ll look at some simple solutions which may explain why the burners aren’t coming on, anything that would involve making actual repairs to the heating system must be left to licensed professionals. It’s hazardous to work on a gas-powered appliance if you don’t have the right training and tools! If you’re in doubt about your furnace, call our team for furnace repair in Salt Lake City, UT. We’ll be there fast and on time (guaranteed!) to have the problem remedied.

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Gas Furnaces Are Nice—But Are There Safer Alternatives?

Monday, October 15th, 2018

furnace-oldWe agree, gas furnaces are nice. When it comes to keeping the dry and cold winters away from your home, a gas furnace has immense power and reliability.

However, if you’re reading this post, it’s because you have some concerns about the safe performance of a gas furnace—either the one you already have installed, or the one you’re thinking of installing. Are there safer ways to heat your home?

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Better Heating Ahead: Here’s the Secret.

Monday, October 1st, 2018

furnace-repair-technicianWe know you don’t want to let go of the warm weather yet—but it’s already October, the change in the air has started, Halloween costume decisions are being made, and the colder weather will be arriving soon. It’s time to start thinking about your residential heating system.

You’re probably satisfied with your current furnace. If you’ve had it for less than 15 years and it hasn’t given you any serious problems recently, then you can plan to head into the winter with it once again warming up your house.

But we want to let you in on a secret … a way to enjoy better, more reliable heating with your furnace this winter, and the winters to come. Well, it’s actually not a secret exactly, but so many people forget about it that it sometimes seems like it is—and that’s regular professional heating maintenance.

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