Phoenix HVAC Maintenance. How To Maintain Furnace?

How do I maintain my furnace, so it works properly? At this time of year, furnace maintenance is usually the last thing on your mind. However, working on a heating system during the off-season has its perks when the temperature is mild. Is now the greatest time to schedule some Phoenix furnace maintenance for the weekend?

Modern furnace designs are low-maintenance, and you can handle a lot of the labor yourself. First, though, ensure that your air conditioning and furnace are in working order for the season in which they were designed. A Phoenix HVAC maintenance specialist should carry out most of the annual maintenance required by a heating system.


Phoenix AC Maintenance Vacuums and Dusts Furnaces

Although homeowners often undertake these obligations, some homeowners may not do so. During the winter months, heaters can collect a lot of dust and debris. Vacuuming thoroughly can assist keep dust out of the filter and the air stream. Clean up any trash or dust surrounding the unit with a regular vacuum with a thin nozzle attachment.

Remove the filter, clean the space around it after opening the furnace cover, and carefully vacuum all the components within reach. When you've completed servicing the furnace, vacuum the dust out of all the air registers throughout the house. Ensure that any furniture, drapes, or anything that could restrict airflow is removed from any registers.


Phoenix AC Maintenance Replaces Intake Filters

One of the simplest and most important maintenance tasks is changing the heater's filter. The filter filters all the air in your home during the winter. Before being chilled in the heat, clean air travels through the filter.

In both circumstances, indoor air may be recycled and is ripe for airborne contaminants. The filter should be changed or cleaned once a month if the heater is used all the time. Most homes overlook this, resulting in a filthy filter.

If a filter needs to be replaced, make sure you have the correct size and MERV rating. The Minimum Efficiency Reporting Value (MERV) shows how many air particles the filter catches.

The higher the rating, the better at capturing particles the filter is. Stick to the number displayed on your current filter, which should not exceed 16. Filters with a rating of twenty or higher are high-efficiency types intended for hospitals.

Professionals at Phoenix AC Maintenance can help you choose the right filter for your home.

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