Q: I have an electric furnace that will not produce heat when I turn on the thermostat. I hear the system kick on, but no heat. Can you give me a hint of what could be wrong or whether it's something I can fix myself?
A: We recommend that you do not try to fix it yourself. Electric furnaces are inherently dangerous to service and troubleshoot, even for professionals with experience.
This is why Thiele Heating & Air Conditioning constantly strives to be a leader in the industry for ongoing technician training, both in-house and manufacturer-supported training from companies like Rheem, Honeywell, and many other top brands. When your furnace stops working properly, our techs have the knowledge and skills needed to get it up and running. Or to replace it quickly and efficiently, if needed.
We conduct weekly ongoing education for our service
technicians to provide you with the most extensively trained
service department in the industry. Additionally, we provide
our technicians with service training for today's high tech
products as well as the oldest furnaces and heating