Gibson Heating & Cooling Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Furnace Repair’

Don’t Ignore Late-Season Furnace Problems!

Monday, March 7th, 2022

furnace-testingIt’s already March! And March means the official end of winter—at least at the close of the month. But anybody who has spent a few winters in New Jersey knows, the “official” end of winter doesn’t mean we suddenly enjoy warmer temperatures. March can often end with furious storms, and even April can experience them. This is why we want to draw special attention to the need for furnace repair in Marlton, NJ at this time of year. We understand that homeowners may think they can put off supposedly “minor” troubles with their furnace when it’s getting close to spring. After all, they soon won’t need their furnace running, so why not put off those pesky repairs until later?

The purpose of this blog post is to tell you not to delay when it comes to furnace repairs for malfunctions, no matter the time of year, no matter how small the problem may seem. There are several good reasons for this, which we’ve listed below.

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My Furnace Won’t Heat My House Evenly Anymore

Monday, January 4th, 2021

Your furnace should move warm air through your ducts to evenly heat your home. Bedrooms should be as warm as the living room. Your furnace is not working properly when some rooms are too warm and others are as cold as a meat locker. It is time to call a professional technician to diagnose the problem. If you need furnace repair in Levittown, PA then Gibson Heating & Cooling is the team you want to call.

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Warning Signs of a Cracked Heat Exchanger in the Furnace

Monday, November 2nd, 2020

One of the most comforting noises in your home is the sound of your furnace kicking in on a cold winter day. Other than this background noise your furnace sits out of sight and out of mind in your basement or utility closet. As a result, problems with furnaces often go unnoticed until they have become an emergency or a danger to the household.

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A Cracked Heat Exchanger in a Furnace Is a Serious Repair Issue

Monday, March 2nd, 2020

We want people to know that gas furnaces are not dangerous to have in their homes. If gas furnaces presented high safety risks, they would never be allowed in houses in the first place. But natural gas furnaces can potentially create health hazards if they’re neglected and don’t receive repair work promptly.

In this post, we’re going to look at a gas furnace malfunction that can turn dangerous for a household. It’s a cracked heat exchanger, and it can lead to the leak of carbon monoxide into the living spaces of a house.

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Why Your Furnace Just Isn’t Getting the Job Done

Monday, February 4th, 2019

cold-sweater-manIt’s frustrating to have your furnace running during the winter, and yet still fell the nip of the cold around your home. If this a new experience—the furnace has always done the heating job you need before—then you may need heater repair in Marlton, NJ. You might even need a new furnace!

But let’s not jump ahead. We’re going to go down a list of reasons the furnace may not be providing the heat level you want or is unevenly heating the house. But please, don’t ignore the problem and instead push the thermostat up higher to try to compensate for the heating loss. The issue has to be solved at the source, or you may end up with a completely busted furnace, enormous high heating bills, or even a hazardous heater!

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Please Leave Heating Repair to the Professionals

Monday, November 26th, 2018

furnace-repair-technicianA rough winter in New Jersey places a lot of stress on a home heating system. Even with the finest regular maintenance, a heater may be overwhelmed and malfunction—most likely at the worst time possible. (You know it’s true!)

So what do you do when you have a failing or failed home heater during a chilly winter day? You may be tempted to find some tools, punch up a DIY guide on a tablet, and see if you can fix whatever is wrong on your own. And that may seem like the fastest and cheapest route. But it’s neither fast nor cheap. It might not even be legal and it can also be extremely dangerous. Please, if your heating system needs a repair, get in touch with a professional HVAC contractor to handle the work. After all, it’s what we do, and we’re focused on seeing repairs are done both fast and right!

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Some Furnace Repair Warning Signs to Watch For

Monday, December 25th, 2017

furnace-repair-technicianWe want you and your family to enjoy the winter season—not just in December around the holidays, but all the way through to spring and the arrival of warmer weather. The best way for us to do that is to keep your home’s furnace working its best. It starts with maintenance service in fall and continues—when necessary—with whatever repair issues may crop up.

Of course, we can’t magically sense when something’s wrong with your furnace! (We’re proud of our HVAC skills, but we’re not that powerful.) You need to identify when malfunctions are starting. Some are easy to spot, such as a furnace that doesn’t turn on at all. Others are more subtle, and these are the ones it’s crucial to catch. If you notice troubles when they’re still small, you’ll have time to contact us for furnace service in Cherry Hill, NJ before the problems worsen.

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