When your house is colder than you expect in winter, but not quite as cold as it is outside, then probably the issue is that your furnace is having trouble keeping up with your demands for heat. A few things could be causing this problem. Below, we’ll discuss the three biggest possible reasons it feels like your furnace just can’t get the house as warm as you need it to be.
The simplest reason that your furnace isn’t heating your home is that it simply is not turning on to generate that precious heat. If your furnace is not turning on, there are a few potential causes:
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When the thermostat is the problem with the furnace, homeowners may find that they can address this issue by themselves. Usually, the problem is the programming. With the variety of new smart thermostats on the market, getting your thermostat to work could be a very unique process. It’s best to turn to your user’s manual and look for troubleshooting tips there.
If your manual can’t help, the problem might be the connection between the thermostat and the furnace. Somewhere along the line, there may be a break or even just loose contacts. Your HVAC technician can find and fix these issues.
Your furnace is constantly running, but the house just doesn’t get warm enough? The problem may be that you have a furnace that is too small for the home. It simply doesn’t have the output to keep up with your thermostat’s demand on the colder days of the year. A professional can help you assess if your furnace is too small and needs to be upgraded.
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