Top-Rated Furnace Specialists
Most homes in San Marcos are heated with furnaces that use natural gas. Furnaces heat air and distribute the heated air through the house, using the same ventilation ducts that the air conditioner uses to cool the home.
How Do I Know My Furnace Repair?
- Your furnace isn’t producing heat. If you have a gas furnace, this problem might mean that your pilot light is out. If you have an electric furnace, you may have a blown fuse.
- Your blower fan is running constantly. You may need to replace or repair the fan control switch on your furnace.
- Your furnace is noisy. This could mean your furnace needs to have its parts oiled or that the pilot needs to be adjusted.
- Your pilot light is out. It needs to be re-lit. Improperly lighting your pilot light can be a safety hazard, so it is best that you call a furnace repair technician.