Why is my furnace blowing cold air?

If you live in a colder climate, then your family depends on a working furnace for their comfort.

Nothing can be more disheartening than turning on your furnace during a cold day, only to be unpleasantly surprised by cold air coming out of your vents.

There are a few different reasons why your furnace may be blowing cold air. Here are a few reasons why your furnace may be blowing cold air, and what you can do about it. If your air filter is clogged, then your furnace may start blowing cold air. Your air conditioner filter works to remove pet hair, dust, dirt, and other debris from the air in your home and over time, can become clogged with all of the dirt and debris. IF your air conditioner filter is clogged, then your furnace may start blowing cold air in the winter. Most HVAC professionals recommend changing your air filter every 30 to 60 days, especially if you have pets. Another reason your furnace may be blowing cold air is if your pilot light is out. Many older furnaces have a pilot light that needs to be lit in order to heat your home. Depending on your type of furnace, the pilot light could be located in several different positions. If you are having trouble locating your pilot light, contact your local HVAC technician, and they will be able to identify your pilot light in no time at all. Some polit lights can be lit by the homeowner, however, some pilot lights need to be lit by a professional.

 

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