Read This If You’ve Been Told To Replace Your Furnace

Have you been told that you need to replace your furnace?

If so, DON’T DO IT until High Efficiency technicians have had a look at it. If your furnace is not working, you don’t necessarily need to replace it. Don’t let an HVAC company take advantage of you by trying to sell you a brand-new furnace!

There is a good chance your furnace has a fixable problem that could potentially save you thousands of dollars. Let our dedicated service team diagnose it first. The High Efficiency team is on standby 24/7 and has the technical expertise, years of experience, and an impeccable set of ethical standards unmatched in the Greater Toronto Area.

High Efficiency will diagnose your furnace and give you honest feedback on what your options are. You may have to replace your furnace, but wouldn’t you rather fix a smaller, more inexpensive problem if possible? Our technicians carry the more common furnace parts in our trucks, and can often fix your furnace immediately, with huge savings to you. In addition to repairing furnace problems, we recommend an annual furnace tune-up and safety check. Just like your car, your furnace needs to be properly maintained so that it keeps running smoothly through the winter.

To save even more money, High Efficiency supplies you with an easy-to-use Troubleshooting Checklist (see below) that could let you solve your furnace’s problem without ever picking up the phone. If there is still a problem after going through the checklist, please contact us. We’ll give your furnace a thorough service checkup and look for other issues.

High Efficiency has saved hard-working homeowners thousands of dollars by extending the life of their furnaces with a money-saving repair instead of a more expensive replacement.

Furnace Troubleshooting Checklist

With High Efficiency’s Troubleshooting Checklist, you can eliminate some potential problems in your furnace and possibly get it working again without paying a dime. Take a look.

  • You should change your filter every three months. If your filter is dirty and cannot breathe, your furnace can shut down as part of a safety mechanism.
  • Inspect the drain pipes to ensure they are clean and properly draining.
  • Check to see if your blower motor door is properly attached. If not, this could cause your unit to shut down until it has been repaired.
  • Check the gas supply line and control! If it is not in the ‘on’ position, your furnace isn’t receiving the gas to keep your furnace running.
  • Check your electrical box to see if the breaker is in the ‘on’ position. If not, switch it on.
  • Is your furnace connected to an on/off light switch? Or maybe a lever that switches between your Washer/Dryer and Furnace? If so, switch it on.
  • Check to see if your thermostat is properly set. Remember, “Cool” during Summer, and “Heat” during Winter!

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