How is my heater cleaned and serviced during a heating system and duct cleaning?
While your air ducts are being cleaned, the serviceman is completely dismantling the heater to clean and service all of its primary parts. The blower motor assembly, that includes the housing, blower wheel, and motor, is mechanically examined. The blower wheel is totally gotten rid of and cleaned individually. The burner assembly is completely cleaned of carbon buildup and mechanically examined. The ignition and safety controls are mechanically examined and adjusted. Heat exchangers are cleaned of carbon buildup and aesthetically examined for fractures and problems. The pilot assembly is cleaned and burner flames are adjusted for peak performance. The flame sensor is cleaned and examined. The gas valve is checked for peak performance. The heater is examined for gas leakages and any indications of rust. The control box is examined with any associated circuitry and connections. The heater filter is evaluated and replaced if required, filters are an extra cost. All parts are reassembled and checked in a full biking of the heater to finish the cleaning and maintenance. A completed service report of examination and service requirements is offered to you following the service.
What if my heater requires repair work?
We do not have sufficient time on our cleaning schedule to finish extra repair work. Nevertheless, we can finish a service medical diagnosis at the time of the cleaning at no extra charge and schedule a service truck to finish the repair at your benefit. Bear in mind that regular maintenance with heater and duct cleaning is just that, not fix work.
What if I have any concerns following the service?
Since we are a mechanical specialist, we guarantee our service backed by 24-hour emergency situation service assistance from our servicemen. Our servicemen cycle every heater they clean and service as a part of the mechanical service examination and to make sure whatever is working properly following the visit. Any concerns that might occur are constantly handled as soon as possible whether it is our friendly office staff dispatching among our senior servicemen or the on-call serviceman assisting you straight.
What is the difference between a visual examination and a mechanical examination of the heater?
A visual examination is just that, visual just. Elements are not gotten rid of, checked, or completely examined. When you get rid of a heating system door, you can just see half of the parts of the heater– implying just half of your heater can be aesthetically examined. Anyone who has two eyes can finish a visual examination.
Our service Tech completes mechanical inspections at heater and performs a full duct cleaning. What this suggests is that our licensed serviceman will completely disassemble your heater to mechanically evaluate and inspect all of its primary parts. This also ensures that a thorough cleaning of the fan and blower motor is finished. A mechanical survey is finished letting you know how all of the parts on your heater are working and whether anything is requirement of repair or replacement. Only certified servicemen can finish a full mechanical examination, which is exactly what is constantly recommended when handling gas home appliances.
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