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Furnace Service

Furnace Service by Cardwell HVAC Heating and Air Conditioning

Our technicians at Cardwell Heating & Air Conditioning have the experience and knowledge to assess and repair your furnace. We are experts and can troubleshoot just about any furnace with the latest tools and technology available.

If your home furnace stops working, or you notice issues, give the pros at Cardwell HVAC Heating & Air Conditioning a call right away.

Indications that your furnace is having problems can be:

  • Funny noises in the system including banging, thumping, scraping
  • Leaks or water near or under the furnace
  • Weak or no air flow
  • Gas smell
  • Increase in your bills not related to colder temps or thermostat changes
  • Cold air blowing
  • Non-working thermostat
  • Frequent cycling
  • Constant cycling
  • Old furnace – more than 12 years
  • A furnace has not been checked for over a year
At Cardwell HVAC Heating & Air Conditioning we don’t only create a good first impression but a long lasting one, as well. Our greatest desire is that you feel good about your entire experience with us from start to finish, and then recommend us to your friends and family.


Call us at Cardwell HVAC Heating & Air Conditioning for your heat pump service needs. If there is any question about your pump’s performance, do not hesitate to (609) 997-0944.

Question and Answer ( Furnace Service)

How often should gas furnace be serviced?
A gas furnace should be serviced at least once a year, preferably, though, in both the spring and the fall. Annual maintenance, including a thorough examination and cleaning of the parts that commonly malfunction, like the air filter, the fan, the pilot light, and the heat exchanger, can usually prevent these problems
What does a furnace tune up include?
The most important items on the furnace tune-up checklist include: Cleaning — The outdoor unit, blower, fan blades, and drain line all tend to get dirty and dusty over time. ... Inspection — We look for cracks, wear and tear, and other signs of future furnace problems.
How do I reset my furnace?
How to Find My Furnace Motor Reset Button
1. Turn off the power to the furnace at the circuit breaker. The circuit breaker is clearly marked. ...
2. Lift up the blower compartment cover to access the blower wheel and blower motor. ...
3. Look for a small red or yellow button on the side of the blower motor. ...
4. Press the reset button down if it has popped up.
Why heat won’t come on?
It's the most likely reason your heat won't turn on. And more often than not, the problem is that your furnace is just plain dirty: A dirty blower motor can lead to equipment failure. The heat exchanger won't work unless enough cool air moves across it to keep it from overheating

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