We’ll Fix Your Furnace Anytime Everyday!
In the colder months of the year, it’s important that your business, office, and/or commercial space is prepared to meet the demands for warmer indoor temperatures–even in Southern California. In addition to providing the best HVAC services at the best value for homeowners across the Conejo Valley and Ventura County, we also accommodate commercial properties, including public schools and retail stores! Whether your commercial furnace and heating system requires maintenance, repair, or replacement, Conejo Valley Heating & Air is certified and experienced to provide the best solution(s)–without breaking the bank!
Call us for your free commercial furnace inspection today at 805.499.0448.
Common Commercial Furnace Issues
If your commercial furnace and/or heating system encounters any of the following problems, you’ll need a local HVAC professional to take a look. Some of the common signs that your furnace requires either maintenance or repair include but aren’t limited to the following symptoms:
- Dead furnace won’t turn on
- Burnt out pilot light
- Noisy start / option
- Main burner refuses to light or goes out quickly
- Lit burners but inactive blower
- Constantly running blower
Why Conejo Valley Heating & Air For Commercial Furnace Repair?
When your commercial furnace starts acting strange or bites the dust, you might be wondering who is the most trustworthy HVAC provider in your local area that you can trust. You don’t just need HVAC services at the right price. You want a job well done and a company that knows the ins and outs of your heating system. The Conejo Valley Heating & Air team can guarantee the following for any new or returning commercial furnace customer:
- 24/7 Availability For Emergency Repairs
- 30-Year Reputation For Excellent Work + Service
- Zero Hourly Rates
- Free Quotes
- Ongoing Promotions
Savvy Solutions For Stubborn Commercial Furnaces
Don’t fret when your commercial furnace requires a tune-up or full-blown repair. Our HVAC technicians are certified, experienced, and equipped to deliver efficient solutions and results that keep your heating system running at peak performance.
Are you experiencing any of the following?
Things like tripped breakers, loose wiring, or even a simple switch can contribute to power issues or loss. Also, keep in mind that any further issues with your commercial furnace’s transformer, thermostat, control board, capacitor, and blower motor may require additional diagnostic tests during your tune-up or annual maintenance.
Motor On The Fritz
When it comes to your heating system, a noisy motor is never a good sign, and usually hints at a failing or faulty furnace. We highly recommend attending to any squeaky, squealing furnace motors immediately in order to prevent total breakdowns.
If you hear rapid clicking noises from your furnace when it fails to ignite, the issue may be the result of a blocked flue, faulty control board, or improper limit control.
During a furnace tune-up or annual maintenance check-up, your local HVAC technician will clean key components and check adjustments to determine if a dirty flame sensor, clogged condensate drain, or gas supply issue is the reason your burners keep going out.
In this case, your commercial furnace may be experiencing an issue with the run capacitor or motor, which will keep the blower from turning on after the burners ignite.
If your thermostat is off yet your blower motor continues to run, this could indicate that a dirty air filter is restricting airflow and damaging the limit switch. Our skilled technicians can determine the source, replace the switch, and educate you on filter changes.
Commercial Furnace Maintenance | Prevention + Safety
To prevent a faulty furnace in your commercial space, it’s important to have your heating system checked at least twice a year. Investing in a maintenance plan for your commercial HVAC system not only extends the life of your furnace, but will also save costs in energy and labor for your commercial building in the long run.
Catch HVAC issues before they become more costly damages! Planned preventive maintenance for your commercial furnace will help pinpoint safety issues before they threaten your business and employees, including the following:
- Low oxygen levels from furnaces that don’t receive proper airflow or fresh air
- Carbon monoxide build-up as a result of clogged or improperly vented ductwork
- Dangerous cracks in the heat exchanger or combustion chamber that remain unseen to the naked eye that can lead to carbon monoxide leakage
- Soot build-up that can lead to fires
- Carbon monoxide build-up resulting from a dirty furnace
Commercial Furnace Replacement: What To Consider
Depending on the condition of your overall heating system and/or the extent of damage your furnace encounters, maintenance and repair may not be enough. When you need to replace your commercial furnace, the pros at Conejo Valley Heating & Air will help you find the best model for your building and budget. Here are some things to consider for your next furnace replacement:
Keep in mind that a 10 to 15-year-old furnace is reaching the end of its life and not worth repairing, especially if you have designated extra expenses into several repairs over the past season or two
Although it does cost more to replace your commercial furnace than simply repair it, the benefit of a long-term investment outweighs a short-term solution to keep your old furnace running. Our staff will help you calculate the returns a new furnace can provide, paying for itself with savings in repairs and energy.
Commercial Furnace FAQ
Depending on the size and scope of your commercial building, office, or space, HVAC costs may be higher than that of an average residential home. Understandably property owners and managers tend to have questions on how to keep their commercial running at a fair price. Here are a few of the most common questions we receive at Conejo Valley Heating & Air. For any additional questions, feel free to call us or drop a line here.
Is it possible my thermostat is causing my furnace not to work?
Loose connections, disconnections, and/or faulty and aging wiring can cause your thermostat to lose its connection to your heating system, which will cause issues with your furnace and its overall operation. If your furnace stops working properly, it’s a good idea to also have your thermostat’s wiring inspected.
What happens when you run a furnace without an air filter?
If you run a furnace without a filter for one night, it won’t adversely affect your HVAC system. However, the longer you run your heating system without an air filter, there is a highly increased chance that contaminants will accumulate inside your heating unit’s inner components, which can lead to more serious problems.
Why is my furnace only producing lukewarm air?
The lukewarm air coming out of your furnace can be the result of leaky air ducts in your building. If your ducts are leaking, colder outdoor air is making its way into your vents, which will cause your heating system to feel lukewarm.
How can I troubleshoot my commercial furnace and heating system?
Before contacting your local HVAC technicians, there are a few things you can do to troubleshoot your building’s heating system, including:
- Cleaning and/or replacing air filters
- Replacing the batteries in your thermostat
- Setting your thermostat at a higher temperature to check heating performance
- Checking your electrical panel for blown fuses or tripped breakers
- Making sure your thermostat is receiving power
Do you have any additional questions about our commercial heating and furnace repair services? Don’t hesitate to contact our friendly staff at Conejo Valley Heating & Air with any direct inquiries or to schedule an inspection or maintenance plan. Call us at 805.499.0448. Your neighbors are our neighbors!