The year-round Mediterranean climate of Los Angeles can make it easy to let the importance of your furnace or heater slip your mind. The first cold nights remind us how much we count on our furnace to run and run properly.

Now is the time to ensure your heating system is ready for those colder winter nights by scheduling a furnace repair or routine maintenance.

For more than two decades, Los Angeles-area residents have relied on HVAC Alliance Expert as their number one resource for furnace repairs. If you need furnace repair, call our friendly customer care reps day or night (855) 999-4417.

How Do I Know if My Furnace Needs Repairs?

Whether you’re dealing with dirty filters, pilot control issues, or something more serious, we’ll quickly diagnose and fix the problem. When you need your furnace to work, you expect it to work properly.

Generally, your furnace troubles don’t begin without warning. There are signs to watch out for before your heating system stops working entirely. Having it repaired correctly the first time something goes wrong may save you the cost and expense of having your furnace replaced altogether.

The following are only a few of the critical warning signs that will let you know your furnace needs repair:

Escalating Energy Bills

Are your energy bills going up even though you’re running your furnace less? This increase in energy usage indicates your furnace may not be operating as efficiently as it should.

Schedule a tune-up, or if you’re experiencing more severe problems, call for emergency furnace repair. Discuss your options with your city of Los Angeles furnace repair specialists.

Insufficient Heating

If your furnace’s performance isn’t keeping pace with your home’s heating needs, it might point to looming trouble. Also, when it comes to your heating system, ineffectiveness and inefficiency often go hand-in-hand.

If your furnace is struggling to heat your house, it’ll likely be unable to maintain a reasonable temperature throughout the space. When this occurs, you may experience temperature differences between rooms.

While one room may be warm and cozy, another may be freezing. This may be a problem with your air ducts or the furnace blower. An HVAC Alliance Expert can examine those possibilities and repair or replace any needed components.

Unusual Sounds

Similar to your car, when it’s experiencing mechanical problems, you’ll likely hear your furnace making noises long before it quits working.

Your furnace may get louder overall or start making squealing, screeching, grinding, or whining sounds. Modern furnaces are created for quiet operation; therefore, any noise out-of-the-ordinary is generally a cause for concern and may need repair.

Unit Short Cycling

A furnace failure could also be signaled by strange odors, unit short cycling, and other trouble signs. Short cycling is when your furnace clicks off prior to reaching its preset heating temperature. For example, if your thermostat is set to 70 degrees, your furnace may shut down at 64 or 67 degrees.

Technicians may also use short cycling to describe a furnace that comes on and goes off too often.

If your furnace is too large for your home size, it could cause the furnace to short cycle. When this occurs, your house gets heated too quickly then shuts off abruptly. Your home then starts to get cold again, repeating the process.

Though, unfortunately, if this happens, you’d likely have no choice but to replace your heating system.

A range of issues may also cause short cycling:

You shouldn’t ignore a short-cycling furnace. As soon you realize there’s an issue, call a Los Angeles Furnace repair specialist to inspect your system.

If you don’t, you could be looking at significant repairs or even the possibility of replacing the whole system. Make sure your furnace undergoes an HVAC Alliance Expert inspection and maintenance services at least once a year.

HVAC Alliance Is the Go-To Company for L.A. Furnace Repair

Getting a fully trained and certified professional to repair your furnace can improve your home’s energy efficiency, save you money and time, and reduce any risk of injuries or damage. Our furnace experts know the ins and outs of furnaces and can give you expert advice and an honest, free estimate.

Discover how our friendly customer service staff can help you by filling out the form on our online contact page or by calling (855) 999-4417 today. We provide same-day assistance, and our services are available 24/7.