You haven’t turned on your furnace in quite a while. It gets chilly, you finally crank it on, and your home fills with an awful burning smell. Is it normal, or should you be concerned? It depends on the scent and how long it lasts. This blog post will tell you whether or not you should be concerned, or if you need HVAC repair Dublin residents turn to time after time.
Comfy Heating & Air Conditioning Inc. Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Furnace Problems’
Why Does My Furnace Smell Like It’s Burning?Monday, October 24th, 2022
Don’t Ignore These Furnace NoisesMonday, February 3rd, 2020
There’s a difference between being ignorant of a furnace noise and flat out ignoring it. We’ll never fault a homeowner for not understanding a sound that comes from their furnace, but at least they’re more likely to call us to have a professional check out the issue. However, homeowners that tend to neglect their furnaces and ignore the sounds that come from them are way more likely to suffer from a system breakdown because the issues that cause strange noises often compound into other problems.
So, if you’re hearing a strange sound coming from your furnace then you’ve got to call our team for furnace repair in Oakland, CA. While we can get into the different noises a heater might make to give you a little bit more insight, there are no DIY solutions that can solve the issue. The only clear solution is calling a professional.
Noticing a Carbon Monoxide LeakMonday, November 25th, 2019
If you clicked on this blog post then we congratulate you for being concerned about something that we are always worrying over. Since we set up countless gas furnaces and are experts with furnace repair in San Ramon, CA we’re committed to keeping everyone as comfortable and as safe as possible.
Chances are, you’ve got a perfectly safe gas furnace system and, if you’ve got carbon monoxide detectors, you’re most likely a-OK. However, that doesn’t minimize the real danger that carbon monoxide leaks pose to our customers and community. So, we’d like to go over a few signs that can be easy to recognize that signal your furnace is starting to leak carbon monoxide. Stay smart, stay vigilant, and keep reading about how we can help you.
What to Do When Your Furnace Stops WorkingMonday, February 6th, 2017
Sure, we don’t have to worry about Punxsutawney Phil predicting 6 more weeks of winter around here—even though we have had a record-setting amount of rain and subsequent cooler temperatures because of it. Still, our winters can get chilly, and certainly require the use of a fully functioning and efficiently operating furnace. So when you find yourself facing a broken down heating system, it’s natural to panic.
First, rest assured that if you do have a severe problem with your system, we are here to provide quality furnace repairs in Hayward, CA and beyond. Fortunately though, there are some situations in which your furnace problem isn’t serious at all, and might be resolved pretty simply. Keep reading to learn about some troubleshooting tasks you can complete on your own, when and if your furnace fails you.