The ignitor on your furnace plays a very important role in the function of the furnace. The job of the ignitor is to light the gas for the burners or the pilot light; it is able to do this task automatically without help. There are two types of ignitors but the most common method is hot surface ignition, which is able to turn on the gas by gaining power from the furnace control. It’s pretty hard to damage the hot surface ignitor, but it does happen. If your furnaces gas is not turning on, call Shanco Heating and Air today! Our expert technicians have the training and experience to replace your hot surface ignitor so that it can continue to produce amazing heat in your furnace. For hot surface ignitor replacement in Boise, ID, please call 208-629-3335 today! We want our customers to have a furnace that doesn’t give them any trouble, so we will inspect and diagnose any issues that you are having with the furnace. We are upfront about our service costs and will never try to sell you something that you don’t need. If you are looking for a locally owned HVAC company that is honest and affordable, look to Shanco Heating and Air for help!
When Should You Get Your Hot Surface Ignitor Replaced?
The hot surface ignitor is pretty resilient, but there is one reason that you will need to replace it. When the hot surface ignitor is working you will know because it will glow with a bright orange hue and heat up. If you turn on your furnace and the ignitor does not turn orange or heat up, there is probably a crack in the ignitor. The crack will be pretty visible, and if you see one, you need to call our technicians immediately. Without the hot surface ignitor, you are looking at a furnace that won’t be able to produce heat. Call Shanco Heating and Air today at 208-629-3335 for hot surface ignitor replacement in Boise, ID. We can offer hot surface ignitor replacement as well as other HVAC replacement parts for various HVAC systems that you own. Get in touch with us today and we will be sure to get your furnace back in working condition.