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During the winter months, your furnace works hard to keep your home warm and comfortable for your family. In normal use you should hear your furnace automatically kick on, run for a while, then turn off sometime later. All part of correct operation.

Yet in some instances, you might notice that your furnace has been running for much longer than you would expect it to. What’s going on in these situations? Is there a reason why your furnace is running constantly? Is it even safe for it to be doing so? Here’s what you should know if you feel you’re experiencing too much uptime on your home furnace.

What Could Be Causing the Problem?

If you feel like your furnace is always running lately, there are a few reasons why this might be. Some of them are easy fixes, while others might require some more time, effort, or even expense. Let’s look at some of the most common causes of this problem.

What You Should Do if Your Furnace is Always Running

If your furnace is always running, you should first check the thermostat to make sure it is set to the correct temperature. You should also check the filter to make sure it’s clean. If the thermostat and filter are clean, and your furnace is still running constantly, you should call a qualified technician to inspect your furnace.

Here are some additional tips to help you keep your furnace running efficiently:

By following these tips, you can help keep your furnace running efficiently and extend its lifespan. If you think your furnace should be inspected to make sure it’s operating effectively, contact Burns & McBride. We’ve been repairing and replacing furnaces in New Castle County Delaware for more than 70 years.

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