A faulty furnace can create higher energy bills and potential gas leaks in your home. Whether it's clogged heat exchangers or a faulty circuit board, our experienced technicians will get your furnace up and running safely and effectively. Bennett Heating & Air provides furnace repair services to keep our customers’ homes comfortable and safe. We have experienced HVAC technicians who can quickly diagnose and repair problems in your furnace. By familiarizing yourself with the different system components that make up a furnace, you may have an easier time spotting abnormalities in system performance. Detecting and solving these problems early can avoid more expensive repairs in the future.
Circuit Board: The circuit board is the brains of your furnace – it controls several components in the system. If your furnace fails to turn on, it could be a problem with the circuit board.
Blower Motor: The blower motor is responsible for pushing warm air from the heat exchanger into your home’s ductwork. A malfunctioning blower motor is usually revealed by strange noises, such as squeaking or squealing.
Heat Exchanger: The heat exchanger is a metal coil that exchanges heat from the gas-burning flame to warm air. If the heat exchanger has cracked, it can lead to dangerous levels of carbon monoxide in your home.
Gas Valve: The gas valve controls the flow of natural gas to the furnace. If this component is faulty, it can lead to a gas leak in your home.
Flame Sensor: The flame sensor monitors the flame produced by the burner. If it fails, the furnace will not produce heat.
If you suspect any of these components in your furnace are not functioning properly, call Bennett Heating & Air to schedule an inspection and repair. If a replacement is needed, we also provide new installations of top-tier furnaces and heat pumps from Bryant, a leading HVAC system manufacturer.