As any homeowner knows, the furnace is one of the most important appliances in the house. Not only does it provide warmth during the cold winter months, but it also helps to regulate indoor air quality. Given its importance, it’s essential to keep your furnace in good working order. One important part of furnace maintenance is regular cleaning. However, knowing when to clean your furnace can be tricky. Here are five signs that it’s time for a furnace cleaning:

 

  1. You’re struggling to get and keep the temperature you want. If your furnace is having trouble maintaining a consistent temperature, it may be due to a build-up of dust and debris on the heat exchanger. A professional cleaning can help to restore your furnace’s heating efficiency.
  2. You’re noticing strange odors coming from the furnace. If your furnace is emitting strange smells, it could be a sign that the heat exchanger is dirty or that there is a problem with the venting system. In either case, it’s best to have a professional take a look.
  3. The flame on your furnace is yellow or orange. A healthy furnace flame should be blue. If you notice that the flame has changed color, it’s an indication that there is something wrong with the burner assembly and that it needs to be cleaned.
  4. You’re hearing strange noises from the furnace. If your furnace starts making unusual noises, it could be a sign of a loose component or an accumulation of dirt and debris inside the unit. In either case, it’s best to have a professional investigate.
  5. You’ve noticed a decrease in indoor air quality. If you’ve been noticing more dust or other particles in the air, it could be due to a dirty furnace filter or blower wheel. Regular cleaning can help to improve indoor air quality and prevent respiratory problems.

 

We offer air duct and dryer vent cleaning services in the Greater Sudbury area. Call or text  today for a free estimate at 705-996-4553

 

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