Everyone has probably seen a furnace, an appliance looking like a large box that works on a simple system: it receives the unheated air, it cleans it up using an air filter, heats it with a gas burner and then sends it back through the duct system using a blower motor. Such furnaces may or may not have humidifiers installed. As all appliances, furnaces may have malfunctions or even breakdown sometimes.
If your condenser does not run properly, it may be possible that you don’t have any power, that the thermostat is set too high or that the motor or compressor is faulty.
If you experience uneven or inadequate cooling, it may mean that your distribution system is out of balance, the unit is not big enough or that the evaporator got dirty or clogged.
If your furnace doesn’t cool at all, it may mean that the condenser or evaporator got dirty or blocked, that the thermostat is set too high, that the compressor is faulty or malfunctioning or that your system does not have enough refrigerant.
If your condenser constantly turns on and off, the condenser or evaporator may be dirty, clogged or blocked.
You cannot solve all of these problems by yourself, especially if a problem arises in the middle of the night. That is why it is recommended to call a service provider like Climate Change YYC, who will be able to offer emergency furnace repair . Many of these services are offered non-stop, without extra charges and the technicians will have all the tools and equipment needed to fix any kind of issues, which means that they are cheap and offer a quick and effective solution to your problem.