I knew there was a problem with our oil furnace, but I couldn’t even tell them what, then I did not know; except all of us weren’t getting the right amount of heat from the air vents.
I tried to tell them this, however it didn’t sound right when I said it. The heating and A/C specialist told me she would come over and diagnose the oil furnace; however, it would genuinely be easier to fix than diagnose. I was afraid that if it was as poor as I thought it may be, the oil furnace may be broken to where it needed to be replaced. I didn’t think I trusted an actual heating and A/C specialist who told me an oil furnace was easier to fix than diagnose. That tells me she may guess and make repairs that aren’t necessary. This could be unquestionably upscale for me, and it may still not be enough to fix the problem. Suddenly, I knew exactly what I had to tell the heating and A/C dealer. There simply wasn’t enough airflow to get the heat to the entire house, and it was making a whistling noise. I called the heating and A/C company to tell them this before the heating and A/C specialist arrived. I didn’t want the heating and A/C specialist doing a repair before she could do a proper diagnosis. With this extra information, the diagnosis may become easier than the repair, instead of the other way around. I just think I need to have an oil furnace that works, separate from a lot of extra expense, and I want it before the temperature drops even more. I don’t believe it was too much to ask.