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SuperTech HVAC is the Top-Rated Heating and Cooling Contractor in Baltimore Metro Area

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How Does Furnace Work?

Simply put, furnaces are central air systems typically powered by gas that will heat the air in one area of your house and then redirect it in every other room through vents and the ductwork.

When you turn on your thermostat, you essentially send a signal to the gas valve to open and release gas into the burner component. Its flames will then heat up a metal heat exchanger sending the heat all throughout the coiled tubes in the heat exchanger and then into the air. While the heat moves within the heat exchanger, the fan and the blower motor will move through the ductwork through all the rooms of your house.

What might cause it to break down? Check out below!

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Common Signs that Your Furnace is Failing

Furnace Blowing Cold Air

Not Warm Enough

Not Warm Enough

Strange Noises

Strange Noises

Furnace Odors

Furnace Odors

High Utility Bills

High Utility Bills

Furnace Leaking Water

Furnace Leaking Water

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Signs That You Need A Heating Repair Team

Is there something I should do if my furnace suddenly stops working?

Check these three easy things. Let's check to see if the circuit breaker isn't tripped. Secondly, check to see if your air filter needs to be replaced if it appears dirty. Last but not least, check your thermostat. Has the battery been changed recently? Do you have the heat set and it's on?

Whenever I have a furnace problem, what should I do?

Step 1. To begin with, let's look at the thermostat. Do you have it set to on? Have you set the thermostat to the heating setting?
Step 2. Still not working? Check out the furnace switch. What is the state of this switch? Is it on?
Step 3. It would be a good idea to check the circuit breakers for your furnace next. Check to see if it was accidentally tripped.
Step 4. When the furnace filter becomes clogged, you'll have a problem. Check your furnace filter to make sure it’s okay. It might be time to put a new one in if the old one is dirty or clogged.
Step 5. Check the front panel of the furnace as well. You need to close this tightly.
Step 6. What about the gas valve? Is it turned on? Have you double checked?
Step 7. Among other places to check are the air ducts. Do they seem to be blocked?
Step 8. In the event you still have problems with your furnace, it's time to get a professional involved.

Your system does not stop running

This is one of the easiest ways for you to tell that something’s wrong and you need a heating repair. Normally, the system should cycle on and off. Should that be your case as well, there might be something wrong with the thermostat or the blower in the furnace. But it all depends on what kind of system you have. A specialist will be able to determine the issue and fix it for you.

Some spots are randomly colder than others

Again, easy to spot, pun intended. Unless you have zone heating and you specifically set the temperature to different degrees in separate rooms or areas of your house or building, it should be the same temperature all over. If that doesn’t happen and you start noticing that certain spots are rather colder than they should be, call in the team!

The heater is giving out a burning smell

This usually happens if your heater is a furnace. Evidently, a burning smell is extremely unsettling so you need to act as quickly as possible. But not if this is the first time you’re turning on the furnace this season. It has just been gathering dust and debris through the summer which is now burning off as the furnace lights up for the first time.
However, if you feel it in the middle of the cold season, it’s a cause for concern. Your air filters might be clogged. If that happens, then the dirt is now settling on some of the other components of the system and is burning off.

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SuperTech HVAC Services is your reliable furnace repair team for Baltimore. Please call us immediately, explaining exactly what happened. Our specialists will find the best and fastest solution for you! If you have questions, we are always available and very easy to reach.

Furnace repair in Baltimore, MD has never been easier once you know what to do, how your furnace works, and whom to call if anything should happen to your HVAC system! We can also handle heating installations and maintenance as well as air conditioning repair services for homes and businesses. 

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