Furnace Doesn’t Work Right
1. Cleaning Furnace Ducts to Remove Dirt, Dust, and Obstructions
If your furnace and air conditioner aren’t working properly, your system may just need cleaning. Dust and filth build up on vital components over time, reducing your system’s capacity to heat or cool your house. When a heating and cooling system stops working properly, it is usually due to limited air movement. A thorough cleaning can often increase your system’s effectiveness and help you avoid pricey replacements. The following is an explanation of how dirt, dust, and other obstacles affect a heating and cooling system. Please do not try to clean these components on your own. To properly remove airflow constraints from a system, certain expertise and equipment are required.
- The heat exchanger and secondary heat exchanger are next. If your blower is unclean, your heat exchanger is also dirty. When the heat exchanger is unclean, it restricts air movement and limits the heat exchanger’s capacity to transmit heat. This significantly decreases the temperature and volume of air that passes through the air ducts and into the living area of a house. The only method to clean the heat exchanger and secondary heat exchanger thoroughly is to remove the blower and use ProClean’s cleaning technique.
- If you have air conditioning in your house, there will be a cooling coil known as the evaporator coil in an enclosed box that sits on top of your furnace cabinet. During the cooling and heating seasons, all of the air that enters your house must pass through this cooling coil. These cooling coils get caked with matted dust, pet hair, construction debris, and other contaminants, substantially limiting airflow through the coil. So, even if the blower is running at full capacity and the heat exchanger is clean, the unclean and limited cooling coils will impede airflow and make it almost difficult to heat or cool your house adequately. The most common cause of reduced airflow in a heating and air conditioning system is dirty cooling coils. Dirty cooling coils are the most common reason individuals believe their heating and cooling system isn’t performing as well as it used to. Aside from performance difficulties, A polluted cooling coil is most likely the most contaminated and harmful portion of your whole house. It is an established truth that only a wet cleaning procedure can effectively clean and restore the airflow in a coil. The ProClean procedure allows us to clean the coils, restore airflow to the coils, and make them hygienic again.
- Your home’s air ducts should be free of any impediments that restrict airflow. Air duct obstructions are common during the building of a house, when wood scraps, debris, and other objects make their way into the exposed vent registers. Dirt, dust, and pet hair will attach to the construction debris over time and become so unclean that air movement will be restricted. This is often the reason why certain rooms have airflow while others do not. The ProClean technique will restore airflow to your ducts and make the airflow more equal throughout your house.
A furnace’s blower continually moves hot or cold air through the furnace and into the air ducts. Dust and dirt particles collect on the blower’s fins, the housing, and the motor that drives the machine as it functions. The capacity of the blower to propel air is dramatically diminished when dust builds. The only proven option for returning the blower to its normal working capability is to remove it from the furnace and completely clean it using the ProClean procedure.