Keeping your home warm is important for the overall health and comfort for you and your family. Make sure to contact us for regular maintenance inspections. There are also some things you can inspect yourself. This can include the filter, ductwork, or anything out of the norm you might hear.
Cleaning the Filters
The filter is very important and clogged filters can disrupt the flow of air to your home. Not only that, dirty filters can trip safety switches inside the furnace. If this continues to happen, the system will have to work hard and it could cause the system to wear our quickly. Make sure to check your filters regularly and replace them as needed.
Clean the Inside
If you’re able to open up the inside of the furnace, you’re likely to see some debris or dust buildup. You do not need anything special to clean this out, just grab a regular vacuum and clean it. This will not only allow for cleaner air to travel through your home, but it will help the machine function at its maximum efficiency.
If you have noticed some strange sounds coming out of your system recently, or if the system does not seem to be acting right, do not ignore these signs any longer. Unusual sounds can be a sign that a part replacement or repair is needed. If you are not sure, our team of experienced technicians can help accurately diagnose the problem and make sure that the system is fixed so you and your family are comfortable.
Make sure that your HVAC system undergoes regular annual maintenance. Maintenance appointments will help identify any potential problem areas that may be unseen that could lead to expensive repairs later down the road.
You and your family rely on the heater throughout the cold months, so it’s important to prepare your system for the winter. Or, perhaps your old furnace has reached the end of its lifetime and a new HVAC system is in order for your home. No matter what questions you have, make sure to contact us and we can advise you on the options you have.