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Batavia HVAC

Batavia HVAC

As a homeowner, you depend on your furnace and the other components of your Batavia HVAC system to makes your living spaces warm and comfortable. Especially during those cold winter nights. When the weather starts to cool and the snow comes, the last thing you want to happen is a broken furnace.

Did you know that our Batavia HVAC professionals are on-call and available 24/7 so that you can stay warm and secure regardless of the time of day or year it might be? Through our many years of experience in the heating and cooling industry, we know that Batavia HVAC emergencies can strike at the most inopportune times and usually do!

That’s why State Automatic makes our services available to our customers day and night. When a furnace or heat pump isn’t working, you certainly won’t want additional stress – so just call us for emergency HVAC repair and we’ll restore your comfort system to good order as soon as we can without additional fees or hidden costs.

Our goal is to provide you and your household with peace of mind that comes from knowing your Batavia HVAC system will be professionally repaired whenever the need arises. The furnace is something that is not always at the top your mind, which is understandable with the demands and distractions of a busy schedule. But when something is not correct with home heating it can be quite disruptive, which is why you can depend on us for fast solutions.

Before you call State Automatic for repairs to your heating and cooling, it’s a smart plan to take a few steps first to determine if there’s a quick solution to the problem.

Is the Circuit Breaker Off?
You might not have an electric-powered furnace. Still, even if it runs on propane or gas there are still components of it that run on electricity. A first step for troubleshooting a furnace which isn’t turning on is to check if all the HVAC-related switches in your circuit breaker panel are on.

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Faulty Thermostat
Also, you’ll want to inspect your thermostat in the event your furnace will not go on. The problem could be that the thermostat needs resetting or it could be broken. To check the thermostat, just set it on heat, then raise the temperature to about ten degrees warmer than usual. That should make the furnace turn on. If it still does not, your thermostat might need repairing by a Batavia HVAC technician from State Automatic.

Dirty Air Filter
If you have not replaced the air filter within your furnace for a while, there’s a chance it is very clogged up. With some furnaces, a clogged and dirty air filter will activate a safety feature which prevents the furnace from switching on.

Pilot Light is Out

The pilot light is of course essential to a properly working furnace. When it goes out, it means the furnace will not turn on. The pilot light serves as a safety feature, too Without it, if the furnace stays on it would direct hazardous gas into your living spaces.

Lack of Oil or Natural Gas
Similar to how your motor vehicle needs gasoline to run, your furnace needs fuel also. If yours is propane or natural gas furnace and it will turn on, the reason may be it is not getting enough fuel. When the furnace functions on natural gas but there’s also a natural gas stove in your, home, turn the stove on to check if the problem relates to the gas supply or instead with the furnace. If neither unit is working, contact your energy company.

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