Here are just a few common furnace issues that may be to blame for why your heat won’t turn on...
Your HVAC system hasn’t been properly maintained.
A dirty blower motor can lead to equipment failure because when the motor is dirty, the heat exchanger doesn’t get enough moving air, causing it to malfunction. Similarly, dirty air filters will restrict the airflow in your system, amplifying any issues you may have and impacting the quality of your indoor air.
Your heat pump’s starting components aren’t working.
Many Texas homes use a heat pump system. If the heat isn’t coming on you may be experiencing issues with the starting components. There are a number of reasons why these components might fail. But when the starting components malfunction, they prevent your equipment from working properly.
The thermostat isn’t working.
If your thermostat isn’t working properly, you’ll find that it may be difficult to get your home to a comfortable temperature, or the heat doesn’t come on at all. If you think your thermostat may be to blame, it is likely time to replace the older device.
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