While you can troubleshoot a number of issues on your own, you may want to contact a trained furnace technician should you be experiencing certain issues with your Armstrong unit.
If after your troubleshooting your furnace still isn’t producing any heat, is leaking or dripping, or is making strange noises (gurgling, banging, whistling, etc.), there might be some broken internal mechanical or electrical components within your unit. In this case, you will want to contact a trained technician to service your Armstrong furnace.
Also, if you notice that your furnace is continuously switching itself off and on, you may want to call a technician. This may be a sign that something is not circulating properly within your furnace, possibly tripping up the sensors.
Having a trusted HVAC contractor’s number handy is always a good idea, especially in winter when a broken furnace can be a large inconvenience. But HVAC technicians aren’t created equal, and choosing the right one could save you time, money, and headaches.
That’s where our independent HVAC contractor certification program can help because it will provide you with a list of trusted and certified companies that you can turn to for help when you need repairs and maintenance.