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I have no heat!! What do I do?

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If you are wondering how to reduce the chances that your furnace, boiler, air conditioner or mini split breaks down, most often, you can do this through regular maintenance. The most common reason for a breakdown is from neglecting the maintenance of the HVAC system.

However, when this happens, there is no need to panic because several steps can be taken to restore your unit to its working condition.

1) Check your filters

Checking your filters is a crucial step in keeping your furnace and ac running smoothly. If the filter is dirty or clogged, your HVAC system will be working harder to run the air through it, increasing the wear and tear on your system and shortening its life span, and increasing the chance of a breakdown. Also, it will not be able to filter out allergens and particles from the air.

2) Replace broken parts

If there are any broken parts on the unit, they will need to be replaced to run correctly again. This can be done by a professional to get your furnace or air conditioning in working order as fast as possible.

3) Get a tune-up

A yearly tune-up is always a good idea to keep all your appliances running smoothly, including your furnace. This will help catch any minor problems before they turn into big ones.

By following these simple tips, you can reduce the likelihood of your furnace breaking down and having to replace it altogether. If you have any other questions or concerns, be sure to contact us.

Learn more about the most typical furnace repair problems

When the home or business furnace fails, the owner is faced with a big dilemma. The furnace is often looked upon as the very foundation of the house. Without it, you are left without central heating and air conditioning in many cases.
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