Bob Boldt HVAC is the premier source for furnace repair services in Rosemount, MN. Heating system malfunctions or collapses can be catastrophic if they happen in the midst of cold weather. If possible, it’s always better to catch such problems in advance and make sure that your furnace is all patched up and ready to go for the winter. The team at Bob Boldt HVAC has all of the skills required to make that happen, but you may not know how to spot a broken furnace. Below, we’ll give you some information about the signs to look for and the kinds of heating repair services we can give you once you spot them.
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A furnace can drop hints that it isn’t working properly in all kinds of ways. Some of these are obvious, but others are less so.
If you notice any of the following things, we recommend calling in a furnace repair technician as soon as possible.
Unit won’t turn on
Carbon monoxide detector trips
Pilot light turns yellow
Energy bills explode
Noises or smells emanate from unit
If you are no longer able to turn on your furnace, or if you’re only able to do so with the greatest difficulty, this is as obvious a sign as any can be that something is wrong. Alternatively, your unit might suddenly shut down as you’re using it. Another possible issue is that, although your unit does turn on, it simply fails to heat your home effectively. A combination of age, accumulated soot or dirt, and defective parts are likely to blame for all of these problems. Luckily, these are all things that a professional heating repair technician has the skills to fix for you.
Carbon monoxide is an odorless but extremely dangerous gas. That’s why there are special detectors meant to alert you to its presence. If your carbon monoxide detector goes off after you turn on your furnace, call a professional immediately who can ascertain the cause of the problem.
If your energy bills suddenly skyrocket for no discernible reason, a malfunctioning furnace may be the culprit. If this happens, your system may have defective parts or clogged vents.
Noises or smells coming from your furnace are also bad signs. Loud rumbling or whistling noises may be due to a loose or broken part. An almost endless variety of causes can be behind any bad smells coming from your furnace.
This list of problems is far from exhaustive, but it should give you a sense of what to look for. Our trained technicians can masterfully repair all of these issues and others.
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We are an extremely experienced heating repair provider, having worked on more than 10,000 HVAC systems since our founding in 1988. All of our technicians are NATE certified. We are just as compassionate and caring toward our customers as we are professional. When you choose Bob Boldt HVAC, you choose a team that knows what it’s doing and that cares about you.