You May Have an Issue with Your Pilot Light
Your Air Filter May Need to be Changed
the airflow throughout your home, forcing your vents to blow cold instead of hot air. Try inspecting your furnace’s air filter! If you are unsure of how to replace the filter yourself, give our experienced technicians a call C&K Heating & Cooling at (618) 537-8888 in the Metro East area. We are always happy to help!
Your Furnace Could Be Overheated
Another common issue as to why your furnace could be blowing cold air is that your system is overheated. Over time with excessive use, your furnace’s heat exchanger can begin to fail if you do not regularly clean your air filter, or there is a manufacturing issue with the part. Once your heat exchanger fails, there is no way for your furnace to accurately disperse heat throughout your home, making it continuously run cold air through your air ducts. If your furnace has been running too long with too dirty of an air filter, the entire system begins to overheat, causing cool air to run throughout your home. Contact C&K Heating & Cooling today for expert HVAC repair and maintenance services in the Metro East area.