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How To Increase The Life Of Your Furnace

Nov 3, 2015
Increase Your Furnace Life | Climate Control
Residential furnaces in Lexington can be expected to last 15 to 20 years. Replacing them doesn’t come cheap, so it’s in your best interest to take measures to extend your furnace’s service life. The following steps should help you get more miles out of your home’s furnace.

1. Change furnace filters regularly

Changing furnace filters on a regular basis is one of the most important things you can do to keep your furnace in good working shape. When filters become clogged with contaminants and dust, air flow through the furnace is restricted. This forces your furnace to work harder to move air through the system, expending more energy and placing more stress on system components. Overworking the system by operating it with dirty furnace filters can cause premature system failure.

Check and change your air filters according to the manufacturer’s recommended schedule. Filters need to be changed every one to three months, depending on the type you use.

2. Make professional maintenance a priority

Professional furnace maintenance is critical to the performance of your heating system. Without it, system efficiency is compromised, components do not receive the care they need to operate properly, and potential issues are not identified and resolved before they cause unfixable damage. To keep your furnace operating in top shape, it should be professionally maintained annually.

Schedule furnace maintenance each fall. It’s better if you can have your furnace serviced before you need to use it each year; this will provide the opportunity for a thorough inspection before the system is used, as operating your furnace with certain malfunctions can cause serious damage. If this isn’t possible, professional maintenance is still very beneficial whenever it can be performed.

Climate Control can help you keep your Lexington furnace running longer. Contact us today for professional furnace maintenance and to purchase quality replacement furnace filters for your system.

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