Furnace Clean & Check
It’s time to get ready to fire up those furnaces. The best way to prevent problems that may occur when you need your furnace is to schedule a Clean and Check with AAA Home Services today.
The furnace and HVAC system controls the temperature and rotates air throughout the home to keep it comfortable while also filtering out dust and allergens. If you have a problem with your system, let AAA Home Services clean and check your furnace to make sure it is running at 100% efficiency.
An annual preventative maintenance check by AAA Home Services will keep your HVAC working at peak efficiency by identifying problems from thermal stress, movement, or dust.
Typical Furnace Problems – Why are Clean and Check Appointments Necessary?
Over the course of a year, issues can arise with your furnace including cracked heat exchangers or frayed electrical wires that could lead to safety issues in your home. Carbon Monoxide leaks are very real issues that people may have when they neglect their furnace checks.
Common problems that AAA service techs find during annual Furnace Clean and Checks include:
- Duct work issues from annual expansion/contraction
- Blower motor bearings issues
- Air filter and internal dust Issues
An inspection can also find and repair less than obvious problems like:
- Belt Issues
- Improperly firing burners
- Blocked condensate drain
- Loose wiring
- Coolant leaks
Annual fall furnace maintenance checks can save you time, money and a lot of frustration and help keep your home safe. Our 12 point clean and check will prolong the life of your furnace and overall system.
AAA Utilizes Infrared Camera to Check Heat Exchangers
AAA utilizes The InspectorTM Camera System to check your heat exchanger for cracks. Cracks and holes in your heat exchanger can lead to serious and even fatal Carbon Monoxide problems in your home.
Change those Furnace Air Filters Regularly!
In addition to having your furnace checked every year by AAA, changing your air filter is the most important thing to do in between those visits to ensure the best chance for an optimum furnace life. Change your filter every three months at the most. If you have pets or smokes in the house, you may need to change them more often.
Dirty furnace air filters:
- Restrict airflow and puts a strain on your furnace
- Force your fan motor to overwork and wastes energy and increases energy bills
- Reduces your indoor air quality, bad for allergies, asthma, etc.
- Help clog ductwork and lower equipment life
AAA Home Services Service Club Memberships for Annual Furnace Peace of Mind
AAA offers discounted rates on services and HVAC peace of mind for customers that sign up for our Service Club Memberships.
Call AAA Today for a clean and check on our furnace and to sign-up for your Service Club Membership.