Four Tips for Furnace Repair Published on April 15, 2016 The season of spring may have arrived but in Salt Lake City it’s not all warm and comfy outside. Your furnace has been working for months striving to keep you and your family comfortable, so now is the time to show your furnace some affection. If you hear funny noises or the heating system has turned itself off, you may be in need of a furnace repair. If you notice a strong gas smell, you almost definitely need furnace repair work and you should call Service Experts Heating & Air Conditioning as soon as possible. Before you jump to the conclusion that you need a furnace repair technician, check out these tips from Service Experts Heating & Air Conditioning. Make sure your thermostat is set to “heat.”It may sound ridiculous, but we have hectic days and life happens, so it’s very easy to ignore the simple fixes. Forgetting to change over the thermostat can make you assume you need furnace repair when really you can remedy the problem with a literal flip of the switch!Check your furnace switch. Since we’re talking about switches, make sure your furnace switch is moved to the up, or “on” position. Again, an easy miss, especially when you remember this switch isn’t one you actually look at frequently. Most units have built-in delays so make sure when you turn on your furnace you give it a few minutes to get going before panicking about calling our furnace repair man.Swap your furnace air filter. You should change your home’s air filters around every three months to help your heating system run more efficiently and prolong any furnace repair work. A filthy air filter is one of the most recurrent reasons for poor performance in furnaces, and they can also be a breeding ground for illness causing microbes and cause you and your children to become sick. Change your filter to keep both your furnace and your family healthy.Check the circuit breaker. Confirm that your circuit breaker that controls your heating system is in the “off” position. If it ends up in the middle position, switch the breaker to the “off” position and then switch back to the “on” position. Furnace repairs can get pricey, so avoid a potential issue altogether with ongoing maintenance from Service Experts Heating & Air Conditioning. However, if you are ever in need of furnace repair, we are available 24/7/365 to help you with all your heating needs.