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Why you should do Fall Furnace Maintenance

Performing regular yearly inspections and maintenance on your HVAC system not only diagnoses and repairs existing problems, but it helps find and prevent problems from occurring in the future.

Your furnace system controls the temperature and moves air throughout your home to keep it comfortable while also filtering out dust and allergens. Oddly enough, temperature, movement, and dust are the very things that wear down HVAC systems. Heat exchangers undergo thermal stress by expanding and contracting which can lead to cracking and carbon monoxide poisoning, blower motors vibrate while spinning at high speeds to circulate the air, and the whole system is pulling in and filtering out dust.

Bi yearly preventative maintenance inspections by an A&M Heating and Air Conditioning service technician can keep your HVAC functioning at peak efficiency by identifying problems from thermal stress, movement, or dust. Common problems can be:

  • Duct work loosened due to normal thermal expansion and contraction;
  • Blower motor bearings in need of lubrication;
  • Replacing of air filter and cleaning of dust from blower fan blades and AC condensing coil.

An inspection can also find and repair less than obvious problems like:

  • Cracks in heat exchanger;
  • Loose blower belt;
  • Improperly firing burners;
  • Blocked condensate drain;
  • Loose wiring harnesses;
  • Slowly leaking coolant from the AC system.

Often an A&M Heating and Air Conditioning service technician can tell you common minor issues about your furnace make and model that you can solve yourself in the future. Plus, they’ll perform a multi-point safety check to verify your system’s safe operation.

Bi yearly maintenance inspections keep your HVAC running like new and improve your energy savings. You can expect safer operation from an inspection (as recommended by the manufacturer). And by monitoring your HVAC’s performance and condition, you’ll enjoy its longer life and lower chances for an expensive break down.

The best way to keep your furnace efficient and reliable is to have it inspected before you really need it. Before cold weather strikes, set up an appointment to have your heating system inspected by an A&M Heating and Air Conditioning expert. Yearly fall maintenance can save you time, frustration, and money when it’s done right!

 

Adam C.

 

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