You want a reliable heating system to help you take off the chill of Stafford, Texas, winters. If your furnace or heat pump isn’t delivering warm air into your home, take some time to troubleshoot your heating system problems by asking yourself the following questions.

Is Your Thermostat Working Properly?

Check the setting on your thermostat. In order for your heating system to turn on, the temperature setting must be higher than the temperature inside your home. If you have a battery-operated thermostat, try replacing the batteries.

Have you followed these suggestions and your furnace still is blowing cold air? Contact one of our Davis Air Conditioning & Heating HVAC specialists to inspect your thermostat.

Is the Air Filter Clean?

A dirty air filter isn’t something to ignore — even if you don’t suffer from asthma or allergies. A clogged or dirty air filter can inhibit your furnace’s operations. To prevent the furnace burner from overheating, some furnaces will stop working if the air filter is dirty. Changing the air filter regularly (at least once a month) can go a long way toward improving your furnace’s operating efficiency.

Is Your Home’s Ductwork in Good Shape?

When was the last time you thought about the condition of your home’s ductwork? Damaged, leaking, or dirty ductwork can interfere with the flow of warm air throughout your home. Getting your ductwork professionally insulated and sealed can significantly help your heating system perform at its best.

Is the Pilot Light On?

If your home has a gas furnace, don’t overlook the pilot light. The pilot light should burn constantly, but if something causes it to go out, you’ll need to relight it. Consult your furnace manufacturer’s instructions for details. If the pilot light refuses to light at all, contact one of our service technicians for help.

If you’ve tried to solve your heating system’s problems with the suggestions above to no avail, call Davis Air Conditioning & Heating at 888-710-5530. We’ll help you get your heating system working again so that you can comfortably enjoy this winter.

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