Common signs that you’re in need of Colorado Springs furnace repair
School is about to start and we all know what weather is just around the corner. It’s never too early to start thinking about your furnace and making sure it is working and running smoothly. It is better to start thinking about it now than when it is too late because winter gets cold in Colorado Springs! Here are a few signs your furnace is in need of repair:
- Strange noises – Weird noises are always the easiest sign that a furnace is in need of repair. Banging or rattling shouldn’t happen on a furnace that’s working properly. It’s best to get this repaired as soon as possible.
- Inconsistent heating – Every area of your house should have about the same amount of heat. If there are patches that are cold or hot, it’s a good idea to get your furnace checked out. This could mean a bigger issue and could cause more problems in the future.
- Leaks – Gas or water leaks coming from your furnace both can mean serious problems. Having gas floating around your home is never a good idea, and water can lead to serious problems as well. A water leak can just mean a clogged condensation line, but a gas leak should be immediately dealt with by a professional and your gas line should be turned off as soon as possible.
- Bad smells – A bad smell is never the best sign. When a bad smell comes out of nowhere, it’s important to get your furnace serviced. With furnaces, a bad smell can mean there is a problem with the combustion and could lead to some serious consequences.
Furnace repair is something that should be taken seriously. It is important to keep your home warm and keep your family safe from issues that a broken furnace can cause. Call Summit heating and cooling for a furnace repair today!
Our team proudly serves the following Colorado cities and their surrounding areas: Colorado Springs, Monument, Palmer Lake, Peyton, Falcon, Manitou Springs, Woodland Park, Fountain, Security-Widefield, and Calahan. Call 719-284-2791 to schedule your next AC maintenance or furnace check or visit our website to learn more.