Premier Heating & Air Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Furnace Repair’

How Your Furnace’s Ignition System Works

Monday, February 14th, 2022
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You might still have a furnace that uses a standing pilot light to ignite the burners, but this style of furnace ignition is fading away as improved technology takes over. Fewer new furnace models use standing pilot lights, and if the current furnace you have was built after 2010, then it almost certainly uses a different type of ignition system—an electronic one. 

The year 2010 was when most natural gas furnaces shifted from standing pilot lights to types of electronic ignition. If you want to know how these ignition systems work, you’ve come to the right place.

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Can I Fix My Furnace Myself?

Monday, January 17th, 2022
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We know that when it’s cold outside and your home’s furnace stops working, you’ll want it repaired as fast as possible. This makes it tempting to see if you can do the repairs yourself—maybe you can find an online guide that will show you how. You might even be able to save money if you do the repairs on your own.

There’s nothing wrong with doing basic troubleshooting with your furnace to see if there’s a simple reason why it isn’t running properly. But, troubleshooting is different from trying to actually repair a furnace: opening up the cabinet and using tools to fix a problem. We can’t stress this enough: do not attempt to repair your furnace if you cannot find a basic explanation for why it’s not working. Always call for licensed professionals for your furnace repairs in Decatur, GA.

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Help, My Furnace Isn’t Turning On!

Monday, January 18th, 2021
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We can certainly help you if you’ve got trouble with your furnace. It’s our job, after all, and we guarantee same-day service: “Service today, or you don’t pay!” When it comes to any type of heating repairs in Conyers, GA and the surrounding areas, you only have to get in touch with us and then relax knowing the best people will soon be on the job.

But we want to go a little further into why your furnace isn’t coming on. There may be a simple explanation, and we want to help you sort through a few of those possibilities—as well as look at the more serious cases where you’ll definitely need our professional assistance!

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