by Cooper Climate Control
- Be sure that your thermostat is programmed correctly. If your furnace is newer and is maintained on an annual basis, chances are your program for your furnace is not set correctly. Try making sure the “Fan” is set to “Auto” and not to “On/Run”.
- Keep in mind forced air furnaces need to run through the ductwork, which is cold when the furnace is just starting. Give the furnace 2-5 minutes to warm up the ductwork and see if the air gets warmer. If the ductwork is old and has not been inspected in your home for some time, you may have large leaks and may be losing warm air to your attic and other areas. If your air takes some time to heat up, but does heat up, you may want to consider having an inspection into your ductwork and check for insulation at the same time.
- If neither of those suggestions worked it is probably time to call in a pro. The good news is there are technicians who are able to take care of the very problem you are experiencing. In most instances we can get you back up and running in your comfortable home the same day!
If you would like to schedule for a technician to come out you can click HERE or call (480) 460-7417.
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