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Furnace cleaning is an important part of home maintenance, as it helps ensure your heating system’s safe and efficient operation. A dirty or clogged furnace can lead to reduced efficiency, higher energy bills, and even potential safety hazards such as carbon monoxide poisoning

The furnace cleaning process typically involves a professional technician inspecting and cleaning various parts of your furnace, such as the burner, blower, and heat exchanger. They may also replace the furnace filter and perform any necessary repairs or maintenance tasks.

It’s generally recommended to have your furnace cleaned and inspected at least once a year, ideally before the start of the heating season. This can help to ensure that your furnace is running safely and efficiently, and can also help to identify any potential issues before they become major problems.

Our Cleaning Process

  1. Preparation
  • Turn off the furnace and let it cool down completely before starting any cleaning or maintenance.
  • Remove the furnace cover or panel to access the inside of the unit.
  • Disconnect the power and gas supply to the furnace for safety.
  1. Filter Cleaning or Replacement
  • Remove and clean or replace the furnace filter.
  1. Blower and Motor Cleaning
  • Use a soft-bristled brush or vacuum to clean the blower fan and motor, being careful not to damage any components.
  1. Burner and Pilot Light Cleaning
  • Clean the furnace burners and pilot light assembly with a wire brush or other appropriate tool.
  1. Heat Exchanger Cleaning
  • Use a vacuum or compressed air to clean the heat exchanger and surrounding areas, taking care not to damage any fins or tubes.
  1. Flue or Exhaust Vent Cleaning
  • Check and clean the furnace flue or exhaust vent to ensure proper airflow and ventilation.
  1. Reassembly and Testing
  • Replace the furnace cover or panel and restore power and gas to the furnace.
  • Test the furnace to ensure it’s operating safely and efficiently, and make any necessary repairs or adjustments as needed.
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