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How to Protect Your Furnace Investment

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How to Protect Your Furnace Investment

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  1. How to Protect Your Furnace Investment

  2. Prior to every heating session, most heating contractors and furnace manufacturers will suggest having your furnace serviced by a certified heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) service technician. A licensed HVAC service technician will have the proper test instruments and experience to check furnace issues that you as a homeowner may not know.

  3. If you have funds to employ a certified HVAC technician, I agree that this should be done. • In this article, we will talk about some tips for home furnace maintenance. We will cover some important things that you should do to keep your furnace or HVAC unit running properly.

  4. All kinds of furnaces must be cleaned in a yearly basis. In addition to getting rid of accumulated dirt, this will allow the furnace service technician to fix and detect other troubles before they become serious problems. Particularly with steam boilers, the burner and the boiler tray should be cleaned yearly for efficient heating and burning.

  5. You probably do not realize it, but servicing your furnace can really improve the quality of your life. Problems related to furnaces can result to humidity imbalances. Dryness or excessive humidity can cause serious health problems like nose bleeds, itchy eyes, asthma attacks, and mold growth as well as adversely affecting windows and woodwork. A licensed heating professional can identify problems with your furnace and fix it to improve humidity and make your home as relaxing as possible.

  6. Your furnace could likely do well from a repair or upgrade, especially if your heating system is an older unit. Heating systems are particularly dominant in older homes and need frequent care and maintenance. However, existing heating units can be restored with small improvements or adjustments.

  7. Also, if you have a furnace that is running from propane or natural gas, extra caution must be taken. Be sure to not to do anything with your furnace if the power or gas valve is turned on to avoid fire and related accidents. Checking the furnace while it is running must be done only by certified heating system technician. Replacing the air filter of your heating system once a month is also recommended to keep your furnace running properly. Some high quality filters may last a month longer depending on the type of filter and the type of atmosphere.

  8. All high efficiency furnaces have some kind of drain hose or drain trap. Blockage in the drain system of furnaces is the common reason of less heat in your heating unit. Try to clean and remove the drain trap and blow out all the dirt in it. You can use household bleach to get rid of bacteria and molds that are building up in the drain lines of your heating unit.

  9. Last but not the least, being educated on your heating unit is very important. It may save you a service call someday. On the other hand, be sure to ask as many questions about your furnace as possible when you employ an HVAC service technician. Familiarizing your heating system may keep you from calling a technician again when another problem arises.

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