How Often Should My Furnace Be Tuned Up?
Changing the filter on your furnace is an important job that is often forgotten. It is literally out of sight and out of mind, until you become aware of smelling a stale aroma in the air of your home. The dust mites can be seen clearly as they float in the ray's of the sunbeam. The family is sneezing and coughing more than usual. These are the behaviors that alert the homeowner to check the furnace filter. We can help you with our furnace tune-up services.
How Often Should I Change My Furnace Filter?
Some furnaces have a two fold purpose, they heat and cool off the home. The filters should be checked and changed from once a month or every ninety days, depending on your lifestyle. The filter will not be able to collect the dust, dirt, particles of bacteria and other allergens in the air if the filter is clogged. Pet dander will add to the collection of debris that has settled on the filter. If the home is located near or in the forest or a large population of plants, particles of pollen will be floating in the air. These particles settle on all the surfaces in the home. The furnace is blowing the loose dust and dirt from the filter into the air.
The electric bill is higher because the furnace is working harder and the energy is wasted. The dust and dirt can damage the internal workings of the furnace because of a clogged filter. This could result in buying a brand new furnace. Changing the filter with the recommendation of the manufacturer is the best solution to save money.
The HVAC fellows are trained and have excellent skills and years of experience in checking the furnace for any problems.
If you have an oil, heat pump or gas furnace, having it checked yearly is a wise decision. Some furnaces work throughout the year. They can replace and repair any furnace components that are needed. The HVAC fellow has an extensive checklist to follow. They check the air filter to where the heat flows through the pipes and the vents. They can tell you different ways to clean the debris off the vents. Call the HVAC fellow, they are the experts in their field.
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