Commercial Furnace Maintenance
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Regular maintenance goes a long way in maximizing the lifespan of your furnace. Not only does it help your system run smoothly, maintenance is key to ensuring the safety and efficiency of your commercial furnace. Common furnace issues that arise can include carbon monoxide buildup due, faulty ductwork, low oxygen levels due to a lack of fresh air, and fires due to soot buildup. Any of these issues can result in serous consequences if not handled correctly!
Let us help you breathe easy. Call the commercial furnace repairmen from Aire Serv® to restore comfort to your place of business—and your utility bills.
What Can Our Furnace Maintenance Do for You?
It is smart to schedule professional furnace maintenance in the summer, before temperatures start to drop in the fall. Maintenance technicians from Aire Serv help ensure your furnace is operating at peak levels—and prevent you from getting caught in the cold. Aire Serv’s annual furnace maintenance tune-up includes the following:
- Furnace Component Inspection
- Professional Furnace Cleaning
- Control Adjustments
- Safety Checks of the System
By checking all these factors just once a year, you can ensure the safety and comfort of those in your commercial location, whether employees or customers.
Pro Tips for Commercial Furnace Maintenance
Between scheduled maintenance check-ups, it is possible for you to contribute to the well-being of your commercial furnace system.
These tips will maximize your commercial furnace’s lifespan:
- Safety First: Before maintaining your commercial furnace, be sure to cut off power and the fuel supply. It is good to know where these switches are in case of emergency.
- Clean Filters: Dirty filters strain your commercial furnace and shorten its lifespan. Schedule monthly checkups for your filter and replace when necessary.
- Functioning Thermostat: Think about purchasing a programmable thermostat. This can control energy costs and keep your commercial space comfortable.
- Clearing Obstructions: Check anything that may be obstructing vents, exhaust, and combustion air pipes. Remove the obstruction immediately for improved furnace performance.
- Checking Gas Leaks: If you notice gas fumes or damaged connections, immediately shut off the gas supply and get help from a professional furnace technician before proceeding.