A thermostat is what regulates the temperature in your home. Whether you are wanting heating or cooling, this is where it starts. If you turn your thermostat to heat and have the desired temperature above the inside temperature, your furnace should try to start. If not, check your batteries in the thermostat. If it still does not work call us to schedule service.
A circuit board is your communication center at your furnace. This distributes power throughout your furnace when you call for heat from your thermostat. This is also the communication between your thermostat and your outside a/c condensing unit. There are many styles of curcuit boards for many makes and models furnaces, call us today to schedule service call so we can determine what is the right curcuit board for your system.
A gas valve is the part of your furnace that regulates the gas pressure into your furnace. A gas valve will open only when all safety limits and pressure switch have been satisfied. If you are receiving 24 volts to your gas valve and it still not opening then it is time to replace your gas valve. Allow us to come and properly diagnose your furnace today by scheduling service with us.
A fan motor is used in both furnaces and air conditioners. A furnace uses it to blow air around the home through your duct system. An air conditioning uses this in the outside condensing system to pull hot air away from the condensing coil to cool freon back down. There are many styles of fan motors, call us today to schedule service call, so we can determine what is right motor for your system.