If you have turned your pilot off for the warmer seasons and are having trouble lighting it when the temperature drops outside, you may just be experiencing a cold weather pilot issue. This simply means that the heavy, cold air has settled in your piping and the firebox is having a hard time establishing a draft to keep the pilot light burning. The fastest, safest way to remedy this is to take your glass off of the front and let the air from the room warm up the firebox for a half an hour and try again. Keep your pilot in continuous pilot mode for the remainder of the season to avoid this problem in the future. If this does not work, call us for service.