If your stove or heat pump has problems with this cold, you are not alone.
Heating repair firms have been busy all week, and their loads could get busier by Tuesday night in low temperatures overnight at or below zero. Modern Air co-owner Travis Sullivan says there have been a number of issues so far this week.
According to Sullivan, heaters operate constantly at subzero temperatures. In this case, weak motors, capacitors, fan motors, inductor motors, and other components can have problems.
Traditional stoves aren’t the only heating options that can have problems with this cold. According to Sullivan, heat pumps can ice up quickly under these conditions. Therefore, additional noises should call an expert.