Furnace Repair and Installation
Here at Indoor Climate Solutions, are experienced technicians are trained to service and install all furnace makes and models.
Our expertise includes: Rheem, Ruud, Lennox, York, Carrier, Trane, Bryant, Payne, Coleman, American Standard, Frazier Johnson, Goodman, Amana, Comfortmaker, Heil, Luxaire, Gibson, Burnham, Janitrol, and Maytag.
Are you experiencing issues with your furnace or other heating unit? Try these helpful steps below to resolve the issue:
- If your thermostat is battery-powered, make sure the batteries are fresh. (*
- Next, ensure your thermostat is set to the correct setting.
- Check your filters! If they are dirty, they may need to be replaced. (**
- Double check that the furnace is on. Some furnaces will report an error code if off. Refer to your manual.
- Check the circuit breaker or your fuse box.
- Try resetting the system: Turn the power off, wait a minute, and then reboot the system.
*) Thermostat batteries should be changed at least once per year. Tired of changing batteries? Indoor Climate Solutions provides quick installations of electricity-powered thermostats.
**) Furnace filters must be changed every 3 months. When changing the filter, pay attention to the direction in which the arrow points as this determines the air flow.
If you have gone through the list above and you're still without heat, please contact Indoor Climate Solutions by filling out the form below, or calling us at: 616-891-4328. We can help!
Gas furnaces are efficient and effective. Let us provide you with all the helpful information you need to make the best decision regarding your heating system.
If you're looking for reliable, efficient heat when you need it, Indoor Climate Solutions installs all the top brands. Discover the benefits of Bryant, Rheem, Ruud, Lennox, York, Carrier, Trane, Payne, Coleman, American Standard, Frazier Johnson, Goodman, Amana, Comfortmaker, Heil, Luxaire, Gibson, Burnham, Janitrol, and Maytag heating units. These superior brands are the modern choice for the majority of homes equipped with central heating and air-conditioning.
Discover the Value of Gas Furnaces
Gas furnaces are popular in colder weather climates These heating systems work by converting gas to heat. Oil furnaces provide a similar option, except they use oil as the fuel source instead of natural gas. A furnace includes several main components, including: burners, heat exchangers, blowers and controls.
Gas furnaces are built to perform year after year. Beyond superior performance, Indoor Climate Solutions also provide options for energy-efficient operation. Select furnaces operate at over 95% efficiency meaning that 95% of the fuel you pay for is being directly converted into heat for your family and your home.
Both gas furnaces and forced-air heating systems react when a room's air temperature drops below your heating system's programmed setting on the thermostat, the silicone nitride igniter lights a burner inside the combustion chamber. The heat created is then pushed into the heat exchanger, where the air is then heated. This newly heated air moves through the ductwork and into the rooms of the house. The combustion gases used to create the heat are vented through a flue in the roof or wall.
Oil is pumped from a storage tank into the furnace where it is turned into a mist. This mist is then sprayed through a furnace component called a blast tube and ignited. The fine oil droplets then mix with the air. This allows the heat to burn very efficiently. The flame heats the air within a heat exchanger, and the combusted gasses exit through a flue or chimney. Air from the house is drawn through the ductwork, past the heat exchanger and back out of the vents in the house. In most modern systems, the air flows through a filter, which removes any impurities from the air in your home.