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Making sure your furnace is working safely and efficiently is extremely important. It can mean the difference between overpaying on your energy bill and saving money on the bill. It can also mean the difference between keeping your family safe and experiencing a gas leak. At Airrow Heating, we work with homeowners to create effective furnace solutions for all their heating needs.
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What Is Inspected During Furnace Maintenance?
The best way to keep your furnace working efficiently and reliably is to invest in maintenance and furnace service. We recommend getting your furnace inspected at least once per year.
During maintenance, we will check the following:
Inspect the function of the pilot light
Test the thermostat and thermostat connections
In an oil furnace, we will check the oil burner and perform any required oil burner repairs
Check the cleanliness of the air filters
Test the furnace control board, limit control and gas valve if applicable
Inspect the blower motor and run capacitor
Signs that Gas Furnace Repairs Are Needed
If you experience any of the following signs, it may indicate that you need professional furnace repairs:
Strange noises coming from the furnace could lead to gas furnace repairs.
If the system loses the ability to heat or cool, it may be a thermostat problem or another issue requiring electric furnace repair.
Reduced airflow from the registers could possibly require oil furnace repairs.
Water pooling on the ground near the system will result in definite repairs required.
When to Invest in Furnace Replacement?
Keep an eye out for the following problems that should make you consider a new gas furnace install:
Rising heating costs may signal a lack of efficiency in the unit.
Frequent repairs over the past two years are another sign that you should replace your furnace.
A yellow, flickering pilot light is an indication of excess carbon monoxide and should result in a new gas furnace installation.
Soot around the base of the system is another warning sign for excess carbon monoxide.
If you notice cracks, dents or other physical damage to the unit, you may want to consider an electric, gas or oil furnace replacement.