It’s a frigid day or night outside. Your home needs heat from the furnace for comfort. You go to the thermostat, adjust it up to an energy-saving temperature (we recommend 68°F), and wait for the furnace to kick in.
And it does—only to immediately shut down because a circuit breaker tripped.
Obviously, this isn’t something you want to happen! You can go to the electrical panel, reset the tripped circuit, and try the furnace again. It may have been a small glitch, and the furnace will continue to run without problems. But if the circuit breaker trips again, you have a bigger problem affecting the furnace. In many cases, you’ll need to call on heating repair in Livingston, NJ from professionals. This way you’ll soon have your comfort restored and your family will be happy and safe again.