What To Do When Your Thermostat Is Blank

One of the worst fears for homeowners is having your thermostat suddenly shut off, or go blank. We all know how expensive air and heating repairs for homes can be, so most people just go into panic mode when such a scenario happens. Believe it or not, it’s a more common issue than one might think. Even better news is the fact that it’s usually not a very serious problem or one that can cost a fortune in repairs.

The first thing you should do is check the thermostat. One of the most common problems that people with turned off thermostats is a loose or broken wire, either behind the plastic thermostat panel itself, or at the actual furnace. Wiring can be tricky and if this is the source of the problem, it is best to have a technician help fix the problem. R & R Refrigeration has been assisting homeowners in the Southwest for over four decades in doing just that. Fortunately, this problem is generally not a serious one, so it won’t cost a bundle to get it repaired, especially with the affordable services that we provide. Anything from power outages to leaks and misleading temperature readings, we have the most experienced technicians in the area who are ready to help you at a moment’s notice.

With the extreme heat we get here in the summer, it is vital to make sure your system is functioning properly. Otherwise you risk getting exposed to unbearable temperatures and even dangerous chemicals, both of which can lead to serious health issues in the future. Contact us today to learn more.