Furnace Repair in Tyler, TX

Is your furnace failing to properly heat your house? Call us for repair and maintenance services in Smith County.

Don’t risk having your furnace malfunction in the middle of winter. Have it inspected and repaired by a professional before the cold weather arrives. Call StoneBridge Heating & Air Conditioning for furnace maintenance and tune-ups in Tyler, TX. When you call us, we will send trustworthy technicians to perform the work and get your system up and running in no time!

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How to Properly Maintain Your Furnace

One of the best ways to keep your furnace working correctly all winter is to keep it properly maintained throughout the year. Some tasks you should perform on the unit regularly are:

  • Schedule a yearly inspection with a professional in the late spring or early fall.
  • Change the filter at least every three months.
  • Install a carbon monoxide monitor. This should be inspected by a professional during your annual tune-up.
  • Have a heating contractor inspect your ducts to ensure they are sealed properly.
  • Check the blower for any obstructions. If needed, apply lubrication.
  • Inspect the inside of the chamber for defects that could include rust, holes, and separated seams.
  • Clean the burners with fresh water to remove dust and dirt.
  • Clean the sensor and pilot with a wire brush and emery cloth.
  • Check the “high limit” to prevent overheating.
  • Check the gas meter to monitor the rate of fuel usage.
  • Clean the area around the furnace to keep it free from debris.

Signs You Need Furnace Repair

It’s essential to catch issues with your furnace as soon as possible to get it repaired quickly and prevent it from completely malfunctioning. Some signs to watch for that can indicate you need to have your system repaired include:

  • Short cycling: If your system runs for less than three minutes before turning off, it can indicate a malfunctioning heat exchanger or a broken thermostat.
  • Irregular flames: If the flames are uneven or lean toward the back of the unit it can indicate a cracked heat exchanger, which can lead to serious problems. If you notice this, you should call a professional immediately.
  • Unusual sounds: If you hear rumbling, popping, or whistling coming from the unit it can indicate a number of issues that should be inspected by a professional.
  • Cracked heat exchanger: This can lead to a serious issue like a carbon monoxide leak. This should be inspected by a professional as soon as possible as it can cause serious health issues for your household. If you suspect you have a leak you should evacuate your property and then seek professional help.

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Easy Ways To Make Your Furnace More Energy Efficient

Keeping your house warm all winter can take a toll on your utility bills. You can make your system more energy-efficient – and therefore lower your bills – by following these tips:

  • Install a programmable thermostat. This will provide better climate control.
  • Check your air ducts to ensure there are no leaks.
  • Properly insulate your home to keep the warm air in and the cold air out.
  • Perform regular maintenance on the system at least once a year.
  • Change the air filters regularly.
  • Open the curtains or shades to let sunlight in to add heat to your home.

Frequently Asked Questions

Q: Why are my ducts making a popping sound when the furnace starts or stops? 

Several factors could be causing your air ducts to make noise when your furnace starts up or shuts down:

  • Expansion or contraction of ducts
  • Clogged air filters create a pressure imbalance
  • Ductwork that is too small
  • Loose connections in the ductwork
  • Expansion joints in the ductwork
  • Various other mechanical problems

Q: What can I do if my system doesn’t work well in certain rooms?

If your system is underperforming in specific areas of your home, you might want to consider these steps:

  • Examine air vents and registers for any blockages.
  • Inspect the ductwork for any issues.
  • Use dampers or airflow regulators to balance the airflow.
  • Check the insulation levels.
  • Think about implementing a zoning system.
  • Look into sealing your ductwork to prevent leaks.
  • Seek advice from a professional HVAC technician.

Make sure your furnace works correctly all winter by having it tuned up at least once a year. Call StoneBridge Heating & Air Conditioning at 903-508-5507 to schedule repairs and maintenance in Smith County. We offer 24-hour services.