Do you get your furnace serviced every year? You should definitely consider it as there is nothing more comforting for you and your family to have a warm and properly heated home when it is cold outside. Just like a well oiled car, most problems that may occur with your furnace do not surface immediately and often come in small issues here and there, until the problem is right in your face and needs immediate servicing or replacement. At Rox Heating & Air, we stay on top of those small issues and are also here for when things hit the fan. We are here to improve your daily living by using our knowledge and expertise in furnace maintenance.
What are common furnace issues?
- Clogged condensate lines can cause water to pool around your furnace. Best to give us a call immediately to come check out what’s going on and please do avoid watching DIY videos to fix it yourself if you are completely unaware of how to safely fix these types of issues.
- Age of furnace is beyond 12-15 years and is showing that it is time to retire and start shopping for a new one.
- Loud scraping, bumping, or banging noises coming from your furnace. Call us immediately to come check and service your furnace if you hear any of these noises that are unusual. These are clear signs that something is wrong with your furnace.
- Neglected furnace, meaning you can’t remember the last time you got your furnace serviced for a routine check or it has been more than a year or two since the last service.
Can I Try Fixing My Furnace On My Own?
Avoid the urge to click on video after video of awe-inspiring Youtube videos of how to fix your furnace on your own if you absolutely have no experience in doing so before. We are professionals for a reason and have safely and diligently practiced our craft for many years. If you are attempting to fix your furnace on your own due to costs, you may end up hurting yourself, making the problem bigger with the furnace, and having to pay for damage done by not calling a professional. Your furnace is fueled by either combustible gases or electricity, either way, not something to dabble with as it raises many hazards that can arise from inexperience.
If you have any questions for us here at, Rox Heating & Air (720) 468-0689, we are eagerly awaiting your call to help you figure out the best way to go about any of your furnace issues. Please also remember that getting on it when it comes to regularly servicing your furnace is the best way to avoid having to call us at all!