A: It is most likely that your bottom element is burnt out.
A: Not all thermostats read accurately or identically. It is common to be off by 2°. Pay no attention to this variance. Set your thermostat at a level where you are comfortable.
A: Change your filters quarterly and have a professional inspect your equipment every year or two.
A: Check the breakers and service disconnect. Make sure the the furnace blower is running.
A: Check to make sure the outdoor unit is running and check the cleanliness of the furnace filter.
A: First check the oil tank for oil. If you have oil, push the reset button but do NOT push it more than (2) times. If it doesn’t start, contact us.
A: Contact us for an indoor air quality test with an independent report for home owners.
A: Your home is sealed too tight. You and your home would be well served to install an air exchanger.
A: If good ducting practices were used, it is possible that you have registers or dampers shut off.
A: If your furnace is a standing pilot, look to be sure the pilot light is on. If your furnace is a high efficiency model, check the exhaust/intake vent(s) and cycle the on/off switch.