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Stop Ignoring Your Furnace’s Warning Signals

Furnaces will only last for so long. Eventually, parts wear out, the system loses efficiency, and it’ll be time to replace your furnace with new equipment.

Fortunately, a furnace doesn’t just stop running without warning signals along the way. If you notice them early, you can replace your furnace when it’s convenient for you instead of being stuck in an emergency situation.

ComfortStop Ignoring Your Furnace’s Warning Signals

Have you been complaining about feeling colder than normal? Do you turn up the heat to feel warmer in one room, while feeling like you’re burning up in another? That’ means your furnace isn’t doing its job.


Strange noises often start appearing when your furnace equipment is wearing out. Bangs, clanks, whistles, pops, rattles, and grinding may all appear. Also, pay attention to the sounds your furnace makes starting and turning off. If you hear differences, it’s time to call in an expert to check out the system.

Utility bills

Your HVAC system uses the most energy as it starts its cycle. If the process isn’t as efficient as it once was, or it’s starting to wear out, it will take more energy for the process. You’ll see it in the format of higher utility bills. If you can’t explain increases due to extremely cold weather, it might be your furnace trying to tell you something.


Do you or a family member have health conditions that just don’t seem to clear up? Do you have flu-like symptoms that just won’t go away? It could be your furnace isn’t operating the way it should. If you find your symptoms lingering, it is important to get your system checked as soon as possible as it might be a carbon monoxide leak. If you don’t already have a carbon monoxide detector in your home, be sure to install one to keep your family safe.

Have a question about the way your furnace is operating? Give us a call today.

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