Why is My Heater Blowing Cold Air?

A residential heater blowing cold air can be a major frustration for any homeowner. It not only results in an uncomfortable living space, but can also drive up energy bills as you try to keep your home warm. In this article, we’ll explore some of the possible reasons why your residential heater is blowing cold air and what you can do about it.

The first possibility is that the filter on your HVAC system is dirty or clogged. When the filter becomes clogged with dust and debris, it restricts airflow, causing the furnace to struggle to heat the house. To fix this issue, replace the filter or clean it if it’s reusable.

Another reason for a residential heater blowing cold air could be due to a broken thermostat sensor. The thermostat sensor measures the temperature in your home and signals the furnace to turn on when needed. If something is wrong with the sensor, then it won’t accurately detect temperatures and won’t turn on when needed. To fix this issue, you will need to have us inspect your HVAC system and repair or replace any faulty parts.

If your furnace is running but still blowing out cool air, then you may have an airflow problem due to ductwork issues or blocked vents. Airflow problems mean that there isn’t enough hot air being circulated through your HVAC system which can cause heating problems in some areas of the house while leaving other parts too cold. To fix this issue, check all of your ducts and vents for blockages and make sure they are properly sealed with no gaps or holes where cool air can escape from the system.

Finally, a residential heater could be blowing cold air because there is something wrong with the actual heating unit itself such as a dirty burner or related components that need replacing or servicing. You’ll need to Air Around the Clock come in and diagnose any potential issues with your heating unit before anything else can be done about it.

If your residential heater is blowing out cold air then there are several possible causes for it ranging from dirty filters to faulty thermostats and broken components within the heating unit itself. Whatever reason might be behind it though, make sure that you give us a call so we can diagnose and repair any underlying issues with your heating system so that you don’t waste money trying to keep warm while having inefficient heating throughout your home!