You should schedule a heating maintenance visit for your furnace or heat pump once a year. The best time for this is in the fall before your system goes to work heating the home. Booking this tune-up early in Elmhurst, IL will help ensure that your heating system is well-prepared for the season ahead. Our comprehensive maintenance visits address every part of the system. Here’s what you can expect.
Over time, the interior components of your furnace or heat pump can accumulate dust, dirt, and debris. As part of each tune-up, our technicians take the time to thoroughly clean heater components such as the burners, flame sensor, and pilot light. We’ll also check your air filter. All of these tasks help improve your indoor air quality by removing irritants and pollutants from the home.
A Detailed Inspection
Our 20-point inspection addresses all the essential components in your heating system such as the:
- Heat exchanger
- Ignition or pilot light
- Flame sensor
- Blower assembly
- Flue pipe
We carefully examine each part of the system to make sure everything is in good working order. If we see any developing problems, we can recommend a pre-emptive course of action before you have to deal with any unnecessary downtime. This will help you save time and money on furnace care and repairs in the future.
Proper calibration is important for your furnace or heat pump. Adjusting essential components in the unit will help improve its performance so you enjoy optimum comfort and energy efficiency. As part of each maintenance visit, our technicians will:
- Tighten electrical connections
- Adjust belts
- Set the furnace input
- Test the thermostat function
- Lubricate the blower assembly
- Adjust the burners
If you’re due for heater maintenance, schedule an appointment with one of our heating maintenance experts. A well-maintained system will deliver better energy efficiency and indoor air quality with fewer repairs and a longer lifespan. We’ll be glad to help you find a convenient time for your tune-up. Call Pivotal Home Solutions today for more information.