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Heater & Furnace Repair

Local Heating Repairs On Furnaces In Orem & Lehi, UT

When your furnace goes out in the middle of a Utah winter, you need a reliable repair service fast! For trusted furnace and heating system repairs, turn to the team at Western Heating & Air. We offer professional repair services performed by qualified and highly trained technicians. Our local family-owned company is ready to handle your heating problem with skill and speed!

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Why is my furnace running but not heating my home?

When your thermostat is set incorrectly, it may appear as though your furnace is on but no heat is being distributed through your vents. You must first confirm that your thermostat is set to heat rather than cool if no hot air is emanating from your furnace. Even though it might seem straightforward, this is a mistake we see more frequently than you might imagine.

The fan runs continuously if it is turned ON. Although it may appear that the furnace is running, all that is happening is the blower motor. Absent a heating cycle, heating is not circulated when the motor runs by itself.

Ensure that the fan is set to AUTO so that the blower motor will only activate during heating cycles. When the furnace is off, leaving it on will cause the blower to push cold air rather than hot air out the vents, which will use more energy.

Make sure the thermostat is set a few degrees higher than the current room temperature if the furnace doesn't turn on. The furnace should turn on and stay lit as a result of this starting a heating cycle.

What are the most common furnace repairs in Utah?

Some of the most common fixes for your furnace are also the simplest. For example, your ductwork may require cleaning if you've noticed that your furnace isn't heating your home as effectively as it once did. By putting your hand in front of your vents and feeling how much air is coming out, you can determine the airflow.

A filter in your furnace keeps your ductwork and indoor air quality both high. Most filters need to be changed every month or two. For a more precise timeline, refer to the packaging of your filter. Your furnace may not be heating the air as effectively as it should be, which is a telltale sign that you need to replace your filter. A new filter may also be necessary if your furnace seems to be working harder than it should be.

How do I know if my thermostat or furnace is broken?

You may assume that your furnace, heat pump, and air conditioner are broken if you are unable to turn any of them on using the thermostat. This seemingly complicated issue is frequently a warning sign that your thermostat is malfunctioning or has reached the end of its useful life. The good news is that replacing a broken thermostat is much less expensive than doing the same for a heater or air conditioner.

Ready To Help!

Our service team is happy to look at any heating system, no matter the year it was manufactured or the brand. We can repair any make or model of heat pump, ductless mini split, gas or electric furnace. And you can count on the extensive training our technicians have undergone to ensure your system is repaired the right way the first time!

Worried Your Furnace Is Going Out?

We can’t tell you how many times we’ve heard our clients say, “I wish I would have called you guys earlier,” after they have had a major problem identified with their furnace. While issues do pop up out of the blue with heating systems, most of the time your system gives you clues and hints that something is wrong before it completely shuts down. Make sure to pay attention to early warning signs that your furnace needs service soon to help avoid what could have been a small repair but is now a large, expensive hassle.

Signs Your Heater Has A Problem

  • Not Very Warm - If you are running your furnace but your house just is not feeling very warm, chances are your system is facing an issue. It could be caused by a problem with your pilot light if you have a gas-fueled unit, or your thermostat could be faulty. In addition, your ductwork could have some issues.
  • Loud Noises - A normal heating system should not be making banging, clanking or screeching noises. Abnormal sounds coming from your furnace could be caused by a faulty belt or other failing component.
  • Unit Won’t Stay On - If your system keeps turning off on its own, it could mean a problem with the thermostat or bad wiring. There could also be a problem with the pilot light or fan motor.
  • Yellow Pilot Light - The ideal color for a pilot light is blue. A yellow pilot flame means that the gas combination for your furnace is not adequate.

Western For Furnace Fixes, Every Time

In our over 25 years in business serving the Orem and Lehi, UT areas, we’ve pretty much seen it all when it comes to furnace repairs. You can count on the experienced team at Western to accurately diagnose and fix your central heater’s problems. Most repairs take us a few hours to complete as we carry fully stocked trucks and most of the time we can be there the same day. We’re ready to get your home warm again!

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Why Choose Us

At Western Heating & Air, we think of our customers as our extended family. That is why we love when we see repeat clients who have been impressed with our services and turn to us again, as well as referrals from current clients who thought of us for their friends and family’s heating and cooling needs. As your comfort partner, we offer:

  • Convenient Hours, From Monday - Saturday, 8AM - 8PM
  • Award-Winning 5-Star Rated Customer Service
  • Highly-Trained & Experienced Technicians
  • 24/7 Emergency Service Available
  • Service From a Local Family Owned Company

We available by phone at 801-224-8899 or on our online form, where you can ask questions or schedule an appointment. We look forward to working with you soon!

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