furnace repair

How To Maintain Continuous Furnace Repair

To save money on costly repairs, I pay close attention to any potential problems that could occur with my HVAC system. Through regular furnace maintenance, I am able to spot any problems before they get serious and contact Air One professionals to stop by for a visit. I believe furnace maintenance is a team effort! My role as a homeowner is to follow the proper precautions to keep my home’s systems working efficiently, and if any problems do occur I know I can then trust the team at Air One to assist with any repairs.

The following is my to do list with continuous furnace maintenance:

  1. A dirty filter can cause furnace malfunctions. With multiple smokers, 1-2 inch filters should be changed monthly,  4 inch filters should be changed every 2 months, and 5 inch filters can be changed every 3 months. With a one smoker, 1-2 inch filters should be changed every 2 months, 4 inches should be changed every 4 months, and 5 inch filters can be changed every 6 months.
  2. Ensure the airflow is not blocked by any boxes or furniture.
  3. If the furnace starts to smell or make loud noises, contact Air One to have a professional stop in for an inspection.
  4. Set the thermostat to lower during peak times of the day when the family is not home. This will save money and stress on the furnace.
  5. Inspect the fans to ensure they are not clouded with dust and build up.
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