No Heat in Everett, Washington
Furnaces can be intimidating especially when they're not working. However there might be a silver lining to this stressful situation: roughly a quarter of all service calls can be resolved with easy fixes that are simple and inexpensive.
At C.M. Heating we help homeowners like you in Everett, WA all the time with their heating systems. From simply offering advise, to complete system replacement, we have the knowledge and experience to help you resolve the challenges your heating system is presenting in the best possible way.
CM Heating Performed maintenance on gas furnace, cleaned flame sensor and inspected burners, tested capacitors and ignitor, tested motors, inspected electrical components and control board, adjusted gas pressure down to 3.36 iwc to allow better performance, system is running normal at this time
CM Heating performed Maintenance on gas furnace, clean it up and tested motors and capacitors, inspected electrical components system is running at this time
CM Heating performed Maintenance on gas furnace, tested motors and capacitors, inspected electrical components and heat exchangers, system is running but cannot guarantee functionality until repairs are completed
CM Heating Performed a gas furnace maintenance service today. Checked system components such as igniter, flame sensors, capacitors, safety switches, and electrical connections. All normal.
Filter was newly changed, removed old cells to recycle.
CM Heating completed service on electric furnace. Tech found no issues to note at this time. Customer renewed club membership.
CM Heating completed Maintenance on gas furnace and heat pump, replaced filter, tested motors and compressor, tested capacitors and ignition, tested gas pressure, tested system in all 3 functions, system is running normal at this time
Performed a furnace maintenance operated the system to ensure proper operation, found no issues
CM Heating performed a maintenance on a furnace and water tank.
Test fired upon arrival
No surge protector on this unit
Gas valve is functioning
Inducer is functioning quietly with no leaks
Blower wheel is dirty
Ignitor is in range at this time
Capacitor is 7.3/7.7
Flame is registering
Blower motor is pulling amps within manufacturers specifications
Inducer motor is pulling amps within manufacturers specifications
Ducts were cleaned last year
System is missing air purifier
Gas line is not up to code at this time
Flex is present
Drip leg is missing
Burners are clean
Resurfaced flame sensor
Water heater gas line to code
Expansion is present
No rust on tank water heater is two years old
Flushed and ensured normal operation
Bring gas line to code
CM Heating :
1. Performed a tankless maintenance service. Checked venting and piping for leaks and corrosion. Inspect heat exchanger, filters, and sensors. Flushed the system and ran a field test, all operations normal at this time.
2. Performed gas furnace maintenance. Check safety devices, performance components, and verified proper operations of the unit.
Filters changed, checked sensors, co2 levels, air flow, and consumable components for out of range tolerance, and added anti fungus tablets in pump. All operations and parts within manufacture requirements.
Air quality could be enhanced by:
-Use 4in filter system and adding an HEPA like electronic purifier.
Currently your system is utilizing a passive 1 in filter (main purpose is keeping furnace clean only) and does has not active electronic cleaning system for occupants living the home.
** The air scrubber is a air purification system used to reduce dust, pet dander, destroy biological contaminates in the airflow and surfaces which includes common household odors, viruses and bacteria.
Helps keep the furnace cleaner as well from the build up of dirt/dust in the unit.
CM Heating Completed furnace maintenance. Inducer is making a grinding noise during start up, indicating that its failing ,Igniter looks to be in worn condition, reading 80 ohms (above 90 is considered failing and a new igniter reads around 40 ohms. The average life span of a furnace is around 15 to 20 years. Considering this furnace is around 20 years old, I recommend replacement of entire unit instead of replacing any major components.
Completed fireplace maintenance. While fireplace is running properly at this time, just like the furnace, the average lifespan of a fireplace is around 15 to 20 years. Noticed Gas valve is a
CM Heating 1. Performed gas furnace maintenance. Check safety devices, performance components, and verified proper operations of the unit.
Filter need changing, checked sensors, co2 levels, air flow, and consumable components for out of range tolerance.
Installed new condensation pump.
2. Tankless maintenance service. Checked venting and piping for leaks and corrosion. Inspect heat exchanger, filters, and cleaned sensors. Flushed the system and ran a test, all operations normal at this time.
CM Heating completed service on furnace. When technician was putting panel back on furnace. Extra blower motor wire shorted between speed taps on circuit board causing motor to fail. Circuit board and blower motor are to be ordered at no charge. No issues were found with furnace outside of blower motor problem. Water heater service was completed as well. Tank was flushed and burner assembly is in good shape.
CM Heating performed a furnace diagnostic and 2 out of 3 breakers were off on furnace. Tech turned breakers on and furnace ran as designed. Tech does not know age of system. May be original to when house was built in the 70’s
CM Heating performed Maintenance on gas furnace, cleaned system and tested motors and electrical, tested co levels, found failing inducer and blower motor, failed capacitor, system is running but cannot guarantee functionality until repairs are completed
CM Heating performed Maintenance on gas furnace, cleaned system and tested system, system is running at this time