Well, winter is officially here, and our phone keeps ringing with people needing furnace repair. We have to admit that it feels good getting people’s heat back up and running and keeping the people of Michigan warm.

Unfortunately, heaters wear out and break down like any other piece of machinery, so we thought you might like to know the most common reasons you might be calling us.

Furnace Filters: The first part of Furnace Repair is Replacing furnace filters is one of the easiest things you can do to take care of your HVAC system. When a furnace filter is dirty, your furnace has to work that much harder to push the air through your system, making it less efficient. While there’s not much you can do once the damage is caused, you can prevent the damage by replacing your furnace filters every one to three months.

Wear and Tear: Furnaces, like any complex machine, have many moving parts. As your furnace works harder, more and more strain is put on the moving parts, causing them to wear out faster. The more they’re used, the faster they wear out. When wear occurs and something gets out of alignment, it can cause the next part to wear out faster as well.

Thermostat Issues: The body of your furnace isn’t always the reason you’re without heat. Thermostats can wear out and break, failing to tell the furnace when to come on. Since thermostats also control the fans, the burner might turn on but the fans won’t blow the heat throughout the house.

When you need heating repair in the Flint, Davison, Fenton, Saginaw, and Lapeer area, give Holland Heating & Cooling a call (810) 653-4328. We’ll get you warm again!

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