Furnace Cleaning

Furnace Cleaning Services

Keeping Your Furnace Efficient

No matter what the age of your furnace, you can improve energy efficiency by keeping it in good working order. With a few simple furnace maintenance tasks, you can ensure peak performance, reduce service calls, and prolong the life of the furnace.

After cleaning your air ducts, one of the most important things you can do to maintain your forced air furnace and keep it running smoothly and efficiently is change your air filters. Buy good furnace filters, and change regularly during the heating season, and you will prolong the life of your heater and improve the quality of your indoor air as a result

Replacing Your Furnace?

If you are replacing your furnace, it is crucial step that air ducts be cleaned prior to the installation of the new furnace. If the furnace is to be replaced and the ductwork is to remain in place it should be noted that the process of disconnecting the old furnace from the duct work and reconnecting the new furnace will disrupt and loosen dust settled in the ducts. Since there can be an appreciable amount of surface area inside the ductwork, considerable amounts of dust is accumulated. The new furnace that you install will probably have more power and a higher velocity fan than the old one. Cleaning the air ducts prior to installation will prevent the dust in the ducts is being blown into your living spaces.

Coil Cleaning

Cooling coils trap dust, soil, grime and other troublesome deposits that reduce the heat transfer efficiency of HVAC units. This buildup interferes with proper system operations. Cleaning your coils removes dirt and other troublesome deposits that accumulate on cooling coils. This buildup causes reduced system efficiency as it interferes with the heat transfer process of HVAC units. Removal of built-up dirt and grime from cooling coils improves system efficiency, reduces electricity consumption, and increases system life. It also preserves the factory finish to minimize the possibility of water carry-over that can lead to microbial contamination in ductwork. To maintain HVAC systems at top-peak performance coils should be cleaned every 6-12 months.As part of your Indoor Air Quality Preventive Maintenance Program, clean coils on a regular interval. Residential homes and apartment complexes should be treated every 6-12 months as needed. When used on a consistent maintenance schedule, Coil cleaning reduces the possibility that the HVAC system will be a source of microbial contamination in your home.

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