Here are some tips for this autumn season furnace maintenance.

Air filters are essential to keep your home comfortable and safe. If they become clogged, they could cause your furnace to run longer than necessary, causing higher utility bills. You should change your furnace filter at least as often as recommended by the manufacturer. Clean Air techs can get you a premium filter that lasts 6-12 months A dirty filter can reduce airflow and increase the amount of work your furnace has to do.

If you have any ductwork running through your house, make sure to clean it out regularly. Dust and debris build up over time and can cause problems with your furnace.

Your thermostat controls how much heat goes into your home, so it’s important to check it periodically. Make sure it’s set correctly and that the temperature settings are correct.

Blowers use electricity to push air around your home. If yours isn’t working properly, it may not be able to provide enough airflow to cool your home.

At Clean Air HVAC we service the Cleveland heights area. give us a call or contact us to set up your preventative maintenance agreement

Service Agreement Includes:

Clean Burner & Flame Sensor

The burner and flame sensor should be cleaned before each season. If they are not cleaned properly, they could cause damage to the unit.

Blown Out Pressure Switch Tubing

If the pressure switch tubing is blown out, it may cause the furnace to shut down. To fix this problem, blow air into the tubing until it is clear. Then, we remove any debris that may have been inside the tubing.

Vacuumed Out Furnace

To ensure proper ventilation, the furnace should be thoroughly vacuumed out. A good way to do this is to use a shop vac.

Check Electrical:

Check the electrical connections to make sure they are working correctly. Also check the thermostat to make sure it is set at the correct temperature.

Inspect Flue Pipes:

Inspect the flues for cracks or holes. These can allow carbon monoxide to enter the house.

Check Airflow:

Make sure the vents are open and that the return duct is free of obstructions. Make sure the furnace fan is running smoothly.