Why You Need a Furnace Inspection?

If you read this blog, you know that I have been writing about furnace inspections a lot.  That is because fall is coming, they are important, and for now they are on sale at Flame (only $99.50)!  Now I will actually explain what the Flame Heating and Cooling 21-Point Inspection consists of:

  • Test house for carbon monoxide leaks. (This is very important to maintain your family’s safety.  If you do not already have one, you may also want to purchase a carbon monoxide detector.)
  • Clean ignition assembly
  • Check hot water heater (Does anyone like cold showers?  This can help to prevent them!)
  • Check flue draft and/ or inducer motor
  • Oil inducer and blower motor
  • Check burner
  • Measure volt amps on all motors
  • Check & tighten electrical connections
  • Check blower, lubricate if necessary
  • Test safety controls
  • Check thermostat
  • Check humidifier
  • Check filters and or electronic air cleaner (Making sure that your home’s air stays fresh and clean, especially if you have pets or allergies!)
  • Clean Flame sensor
  • Check heat exchanger for carbon monoxide
  • Start and check all equipment (This will make sure that everything starts and runs properly.  Getting your inspection done before it is too cold outside will allow you to be sure that your furnace will work when you need it.)
  • Check operation of Carbon monoxide detector (If you do not have a Carbon Monoxide detector, it is strongly recommended that you purchase one.)
  • Check pilot assemblies
  • Check condensate drain
  • Change standard air filter (This will cost a little extra, for the price of the filter.)
  • Change humidifier pad (This will cost a little extra, for the price of the pad.)

If you want to book a furnace inspection, if you have any questions about any of these procedures, or if you are interested in a carbon monoxide alarm, please contact Flame! Happy Fall (or should I say, Happy Furnace!)

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