Reasons Why Your Furnace Is Blowing Cold Air

Reasons Why Your Furnace Is Blowing Cold Air

When your furnace is blowing out cold air, it is not providing your home with warmth. Clearly, this is a problem. Below are some potential reasons why this is happening.

No Fuel
Furnaces depend on fuel in order to run. When there is no fuel in your furnace and the furnace is turned on, it will only blow out cold air. To prevent this from happening, be to sure to stock up on fuel. If you have an electric furnace, make sure that your electric breakers are in the on position.

Clogged Air Filters
If your furnace is blowing out cold air, a dirty air filter could be to blame. A clogged air filter will only inhibit airflow, which also leads to heat loss. Changing your air filters once a month or as needed is a must.

Broken Duct Work
Duct work takes the heat from your furnace and distributes it to the rooms in your home. However, if your duct work is damaged, it will be carrying cold air to each room. If you suspect that your duct work has holes in it, have it patched up by a professional.

If you want your furnace to keep you and your family comfortable this season, turn to the professionals at Air Treatment Company. Our NATE certified technicians are great at troubleshooting. They can get your furnace repaired in no time. Call (703) 270-0881 to make an appointment that is convenient for you.

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