Before winter arrives in the South Bay, you should schedule heating maintenance for your furnace, heat pump or packaged system. With maintenance you can keep your heating system running smoothly throughout the winter.
Schedule Heating Maintenance
Nothing makes you pay more attention to your furnace than turning it on and no heat comes out. Your furnace may turn on the first time for the winter, but that doesn’t mean it is running properly.
Some of the most common problems include:
Lack of Regular Maintenance: As your system operates, it draws in air from the surrounding area and then expels it as filtered, warm or cool air (unless your home has a boiler furnace). Simple things such as changing the air filters regularly can prevent problems before they happen and it also helps your system to operate more efficiently.
Normal Wear and Tear: Having your system inspected periodically, and at least as often as the manufacturer recommends, can prevent a minor repair from becoming a major endeavor. Simple things like replacing a blower belt can prevent the blower motor from burning out, and it saves you the aggravation of breakdown. Having a technician to come in and inspect the furnace can help to find and solve small problems. This in turn can prevent you from receiving high bills for furnace repairs.
Bad Limit Switches: A bad limit switch could cause the blower to run continuously, and as a result, it will significantly shorten the lifespan of the blower. Having a technician to replace the limit switch will quickly solve that problem.
Faulty Ignitions: A faulty ignition system, such as those found on furnaces with a thermocouple can significantly reduce the ability of the furnace to properly heat the home. It can also cause potentially dangerous situations, so it’s best to have an annual inspection on your heating unit.
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