Furnace Repair in Bothell, Washington
Is your heating system not working, or perhaps behaving a little differently? Have you noticed that your home in Bothell, WA is not maintaining temperature properly and making funny noises?
If your gas furnace is not working call C.M. Heating now. We fix broken heating equipment all the time in Bothell, WA. Or if your system is just getting old, or giving you reasons not to trust it any more let us know. We have many years of experience and we can help you make the right choices when it comes to your furnace system.
Maintenance on customer's Electric Furnace.
Customer states that their furnace isn't working properly. She says that currently it is producing heat but it doesn't always come on as it is supposed to. This may be as simple as a thermostat issue. Gas furnace is not functioning properly sometimes will not heat. Upon arrival I experienced the error code 2 green LED which is stuck open pressure switch. I checked pressure switch and it was functioning fine. I checked the amp draw of the inducer motor which turned out to be out of the manufacturer’s specifications. I also climbed onto the roof to ensure no blockage in the exhaust vent. When the furnace would start up the gas valve would actuate multiple times before actually relasing the NG. This may be a Gas valve issue or a control board issue. Owner has informed me that she would like to proceed with a free consultation due to the age of the unit and amount of potential repairs. There is also corrosion and water damage on the HE and burners. No other issues at this time.
Customer's Furnace is currently having trouble getting below 73 degrees--having trouble cooling the home. Upon arrival, the technician performed a set of diagnostics troubleshooting- isolated to air flow restriction. Recommened condenser coil clean ing. Performed repair per recommendations. All operations normal at this time.
Customer stated that their gas furnace is cycling but not igniting and not producing heat. Upon diagnosis the technician found a failed hot surface igniter. The igniter was replaced and the unit is now working properly.