Reasons Why Your Furnace Is Blowing Cold Air
Posted on December 9th, 2014 by BlueMountain
Have you ever turned on the furnace and wondered why cold air was coming out? If so, you know how frustrating it can be. Below are some explanations as to why this is happening.
Clogged Air Filters In the winter, it is imperative to change your furnace’s air filters. Neglecting to do so will leave you with clogged, dirty air filters. Unfortunately, clogged air filters restrict heat flow.
Duct work is responsible for distributing warm air to different areas of your home. A hole or tear makes it hard for duct work to do its job. By the time the air from the furnace gets to another area of your home, it will feel like cold air.
No Fuel, No Warm Air
It is no secret that fuel generates heat in every kind of furnace. However, if there is no fuel in the furnace, it will only blow out cold air. Clearly, fuel is needed in order to heat things up.
If your furnace is supplying your home with cold air or simply not working, turn to the pros at Blue Mountain for a repair. Our technicians are great at troubleshooting the problem. We will get you and your family back to comfortable. Call 877-280-5777 for a repair.
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