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During the winter, a well running furnace is a must. When you are facing furnace replacement, it can be expensive and most homeowners want to do everything in their power to extend the life of that appliance. There are certain things that should be done on a regular basis that will help in this effort. New York Air Conditioning, Heating & Plumbing is here to give you the tips you need to ensure your furnace will last as long as possible.

Change Your Furnace Filter

The filter on your furnace plays a vital role in its ability to operate properly. They should be either cleaned or replaced regularly to keep your furnace in tip top shape. These filters are responsible for keeping debris from making its way to the furnace. When they are full of this debris and not changed regularly, your furnace isn’t able to get the air circulation that it needs to operate. During the winter, you should be replacing your filter about every month to keep your furnace from working harder than it needs to.

Prevent Gas Furnace Leaks

Any time you have a gas furnace, you need to know that it isn’t leaking anywhere. If you ever smell gas, you shouldn’t go near it and call a professional right away. A leak in your furnace is a serious problem that should never be ignored. Before doing any maintenance checks, you should turn off the gas to your furnace to avoid injury and danger.

Keep Your Furnace Clean

Because of the tight seals on newer furnaces, you should leave any cleaning up to professionals. It is an important part of extending the life of your furnace, but you don’t want to mess with the seals. One of the other areas that should be kept clean to avoid damage to your furnace is your duct system. The debris found in your air ducts can require your furnace to work harder than is necessary. When you have your ductwork cleaned and inspected, it will not only help your furnace last longer, but it will also increase the efficiency of the unit. If there are any leaks in your duct system, they should also be repaired so that you aren’t losing warm or cool air in the ductwork.

Schedule Regular Furnace Maintenance

Your furnace needs to be inspected at least once a year. This will do wonders in extending the life of your furnace. During a routine inspection, the unit is cleaned and all working parts are evaluated to catch problems while they are small. When repairs are done early, you can avoid costly repairs down the road.

Emergency Heating Furnace Inspections, Repairs, Tune Ups & More in Manhattan & New York City, NY

If you are having problems with your furnace or are due for your annual furnace maintenance, you can rely on the experts at New York Air Conditioning, Heating & Plumbing for help. We have the experience and training to ensure your furnace is working properly in an effort to keep you and those you love comfortable no matter what the temperature is outside. Call us today!


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