Warm weather patches in February sure are nice! But we know the temperatures can still plunge even in March and April. If you have a furnace that’s been battling hard against the winter weather so far this season, it’s definitely something you’ll want looked at—you don’t want to be caught with a furnace that can’t do its job the next time a cold snap swings through.
The reason why your furnace is having trouble handling cold weather could be a number of things, and we can’t give you an exact answer on a website blog post. The best way to get an accurate diagnosis and the correct repair is to call for professional HVAC services in Clayton, NC with our experts. We can give you a head start thinking about what may be wrong with our list below of some of the common causes for a furnace to start falling behind in its job.