Carrier Furnace Repair in Ohio

Do you rely on a Carrier furnace to keep your home comfortable during the winter? If so, you already know that for the most part, they’re pretty low maintenance and provide great energy efficiency—especially if they’re only a few years old and you schedule seasonal furnace inspection. Annual Carrier furnace tune-ups will prevent most major problems from occurring, every now and then you might run into some little snares that require furnace repair from a professional.

Fortunately, Rick’s Heating & Cooling has the solution to any problems you might run into with your furnace! Whether you’ve got a minor issue with your pilot light or a big problem with your blower fan, give us a call—our Ohio furnace repair professionals have seen, diagnosed, and solved just about every furnace problem under the sun on Carrier makes and models. No furnace repair job is too big or too small for their expertise!

If you’re located in the Cincinnati, Morrow, or surrounding Ohio area, call us today at 513-899-6005 to schedule repair service on your Carrier furnace.

Signs Your Carrier Furnace Needs Repair

Furnaces from Carrier generally operate quietly for most of their 10 – 15 year lifespan. There are, however, certain things that can occasionally go wrong with your furnace, including:

Your furnace isn’t producing any heat – this tends to happen more toward the beginning of the heating season. If you’re not getting any heat from your furnace, first check to make sure the thermostat is set to HEAT mode and is at the right temperature (you wouldn’t believe how many times we’ve found that this is the only problem!). If the thermostat is set where it needs to be, you may just have a tripped circuit breaker or a blown fuse, or your pilot light could be out. If your furnace isn’t creating heat, contact Rick’s Heating & Cooling for furnace repair in the Cincinnati/Morrow area!

Your furnace isn’t producing enough heat – if your furnace produces some heat, but you don’t feel like it is enough for your home, check your filters and make sure they’re clean. If changing the filters doesn’t fix the problem, call Rick’s Heating & Cooling for Carrier furnace repair—your gas burners probably need to be adjusted.

Your furnace cycles on and off frequently – if you’ve changed the filter and the problem persists, contact us, and we can diagnose the source of the problem to make repairs. Short cycling can be by caused by a number of things, including:

  • An oversized furnace
  • Undersized ducts
  • Clogged or dirty air filters
  • An overheating motor
  • And more

The blower fan seems to be running constantly – if your blower fan is running nonstop, make sure the fan setting on the thermostat is set to AUTO instead of ON. If it is, or if your thermostat doesn’t have a fan setting, call Rick’s Heating & Cooling to replace or repair your furnace’s fan limit control switch.

Your furnace is too noisy – if your furnace makes a lot of noise when it runs, it could mean the pilot needs to be adjusted or your furnace components need oil. Whatever the case may be, give us a call for furnace repair!

Your pilot light is burnt out – if your furnace’s pilot light is burnt out, it needs to be relit! Simple as that. If you don’t know how to do this, call the HVAC experts at Rick’s Heating & Cooling today!

Carrier Furnace Repair Technicians in Ohio

No matter what your furnace repair needs are for your Carrier system, call Rick’s Heating & Cooling today! Our highly trained and experienced technicians can help you with all your furnace services and keep your home warm and comfortable through the coldest months in Ohio. Contact us today to schedule service!

  • Amelia
  • Batavia
  • Blanchester
  • Blue Ash
  • Cincinnati
  • Clermont County
  • Clinton County
  • Deer Park
  • Fairfield
  • Fayetteville
  • Franklin
  • Goshen
  • Hamilton County
  • Kings Mill
  • Lebanon
  • Liberty Township
  • Loveland
  • Madeira
  • Maineville
  • Mason
  • Middletown
  • Milford
  • Monroe
  • Morrow
  • Mount Orab
  • Norwood
  • Oregonia
  • Reading
  • Sharonville
  • South Lebanon
  • Springboro
  • Terrace Park
  • Warren County
  • Waynesville
  • West Chester
  • Williamsburg
  • Wilmington
  • Wyoming
  • Butler County