Furnace Service In Grass Valley, Nevada City, North Auburn, CA and Surrounding Areas
Furnace Service by BAEHR Heating & Air
The furnace efficiency starts to go downhill after a few years of working at maximum efficiency and performance. That’s why if you give less attention to the furnace system and avoid the necessary maintenance, there are chances your furnace system might break down earlier than estimated. Contact us today for Furnace Service In Grass Valley, Nevada City, North Auburn, CA, and Surrounding Areas.
Scheduling a furnace service is the only thing you can do to preserve the furnace system and maintain its performance.
Benefits of scheduling furnace service annually
- Early detection of repairing issues reduces the chances of a breakdown.
- Upgradation of furnace settings makes it more efficient.
- Less noisy and safe operation
- Quickly reaches the desired temperature
- Maintains the furnace warranty
- Add a few years to the furnace lifeline.
A detailed description of what happens when a technician comes to service the furnace
If you are curious to learn what a technician does while servicing the furnace that increases its lifeline and enhances its efficiency, here’s what is involved in a furnace service:
- The technician replaces or cleans the air filter and ensures that the vents are unrestricted.
- Inspect the heat exchanger for damage signs.
- Clean the blower assembly components, including removing the blower wheel to ensure it is dirt and debris free.
- The technician tests the blower motor’s functioning by conducting an amp-draw test.
- The technician lubricates the mechanical components to reduce friction which can cause wear and tear and noisy operation.
- Coming to the ignition system, the technician cleans the burner and flame sensor for accurate operation.
- The technician inspects the electrical system and connection to avoid havoc created by electrical issues.
- Examine the exhaust flue, and the technician might suggest cleaning the exhaust flue because a blocked exhaust flue may cause carbon monoxide build-up in your home.
- Tests the safety controls and calibrates the thermostat for proper working.
- Examine the blower belt for signs of wear and tear or cracks.