It’s no surprise that winter is on its way. Despite the fact that it may feel as though fall just began, it is time to start thinking about getting your home ready for the winter. One thing that should be on your list is a furnace tune-up.
The advantages of furnace cleaning and maintenance
We begin by cleaning and inspecting
When we come out to you for furnace maintenance, the first thing we’ll do is clean and inspect your furnace. We will look for any warning signs that there is an issue with your system. This involves cleaning the burners and the compartment that house all the internal components. We will also clean the blower motor and condensate drains.
As we are completing this inspection, we will let you know if we spot any areas of concern. We can go through them, offer options, and provide a plan to repair or replace your furnace. When you have regular maintenance, you are more likely to catch issues earlier. The earlier you find a problem, the more likely you will be to be able to fix it without a breakdown and without replacing the entire system.
We will test the system
We will do a thorough test to ensure that the system is working correctly and producing enough hot air. This test may involve cycling the furnace off and on. We will check the check to ensure that there is enough combustion for the required amount of airflow and ensure that the temperature on your thermostat is correctly rising as the heating system runs. During this phase, we will also make minor repairs (such as adding lubricant) to any moving parts that are in need of maintenance.
We will check the fuel lines
If there is a blockage in your fuel lines, then your system is not going to work as well as it should – but this is the least of your worries. A blockage in fuel lines can end up causing a fire in your home or business. As a result, it is important to regularly have your fuel lines checked.
For most units, we recommend yearly maintenance. All it takes is one visit per year for us to check your furnace, make sure it is cleaned and running properly, and to catch any minor issues before they become major issues. You can contact Econo West Heating Air & Plumbing at (661) 947-2653 to set up an appointment today.