on Monday, February 10, 2020
During normal furnace operation, dust, dirt, moisture from humidity or condensation, and microbial growths can build up on internal components. Airborne elements from normal household items and surfaces can lead to formicary corrosion within your HVAC equipment. Left unchecked, these issues can lead to loss of efficiency and worse, breakdown of component materials and a shorter furnace lifespan. Over time, important components like the heat exchanger, burners or blower housing can begin corroding, leading to reduced performance.A regular furnace tune-up can go a long way towards minimizing many of the issues caused by build-up of dirt and debris, and the inspections allow your contractor to monitor longer-term issues and take proactive steps to help prevent premature failure or inconvenient breakdowns during the heating season. Annual furnace service may also be a requirement to keep your furnace warranty valid as well. Many manufacturers state in warranty documentation that installation and maintenance by a licensed HVAC service provider are a part of the warranty conditions. When you have a ten-year parts limited warranty as is standard on most furnaces, you’ll want to be sure you keep that coverage valid for the full ten years.
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