Calgary Electric Furnace Repair: DIY or Technician?

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Calgary Electric Furnace Repair: DIY or Technician?

Electric furnaces, or forced air furnaces, are the most common furnaces found in many homes across Canada. Electricity is a fairly cheap source of fuel (though it certainly doesn’t seem that way come bill time!) and this style of heating is efficient even in bitterly cold winters. Calgary heating technicians are often called in to help deal with electric furnace repair, so there are many experts in the field, including Yours Truly from Clearview Plumbing and Heating!

There are some electric furnace repairs which homeowners can do on their own and some which should most certainly be done by a service technician. We’ll look at which is which in this article!

Calgary Electric Furnace Repair: The Furnace Won’t Run – DIY

If the furnace won’t run, chances are it’s because of something silly and aside from paying for someone to flip the switch on; you don’t really want the embarrassment! In many cases, the reason for the furnace not turning on boils down to the following:

  • The furnace switch is off
  • The breaker for the furnace is off
  • A blown fuse

If you have a blown fuse, getting a service technician to fix it might be a good idea, depending on how comfortable you are working around electricity. You should be able to fix it, but if you’re completely uncomfortable, get help.

Calgary Electric Furnace Repair: The Electrical System is Shot: Technician

The furnace is regulated by an electrical system and if it’s shot, all manner of problems will occur with your furnace, including the fact that it won’t turn on, it might only work sporadically, or rooms won’t warm up very well or at all. Calling a service technician may be necessary at this point because the electrical system can be quite dangerous to work with if you don’t have the right tools and experience.

Calgary Electric Furnace Repair: The Furnace isn’t Blowing Air Out Right: DIY/Technician

One of the most common problems is when the furnace isn’t blowing air out right; it’s not blowing out enough hot air or it’s has trouble blowing out air consistently. Sometimes, this is something you can fix on your own and sometimes you need help, so start on your own. A common problem with furnaces is that there is a dirty furnace filter which needs to be replaced. A damaged furnace filter can call all manner of damage to your heating abilities, but it’s easy to fix-just replace it! On the other hand, if the problem is something to do with a broken fan or the electrical work, you might want to call a heating technician to get you some help.

Electrical furnaces are, by and large, fairly low maintenance but they do require a bit of care so that they have the longest lifespan possible and can keep your home warm all throughout the worst Calgary has to offer! If your furnace breaks down, there are some things you can do and some things you should pass off to a qualified heating technician.

Is your furnace acting flaky and you don’t know what to do? Call Clearview Plumbing and Heating at… We’ll be glad to help 24/7.

Clearview Plumbing and Heating is a Calgary Plumbing and Heating company based in Calgary, Alberta, Canada which is available round the clock to carry out any type of Calgary Plumbing or Heating job.

You can reach us any time at 403-538-6892.

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