Here’s a situation you don’t want to run into during one of our colder days: you turn on the heat to get the furnace warming up your home, and the furnace turns on for a moment… only to shut down because a circuit breaker has tripped. You reset the breaker, try the furnace again… and the same thing happens. What’s wrong? And is there anything you can do about it?
If you have a gas furnace, you might wonder how this might occur in the first place. But take a moment to think about how a gas furnace runs. It does require electricity for some of its components, such as the blower. And most modern furnaces have electronic ignition systems rather than standing pilot lights. Both electric and gas furnaces can trip circuit breakers if they malfunction.
You can rely on our heating repair experts to see that your furnace is quickly restored to working order.
Russell’s Heating & Air Conditioning is here to see to your comfort needs around the year in Beaumont, CA. For exceptional customer service, please give our office a call.