Leclair Heating 623-4655

Systems Maintenance

Why you need regular maintenance

You wouldn't drive your car 100,000 miles without changing the oil. The same logic holds true for your home comfort system. Regular preventive maintenance is the best way to ensure trouble-free operation and peak performance. Pre-season maintenance is also important. It can help to avoid a system failure in severe cold weather when you need your furnace the most.

Furnace Tune Up Benefits

  • Lower utility bills
  • Extended Furnace and Heating equipment life
  • Fewer repairs, breakdowns, and improved system reliability
  • Increased heating capacity
  • Priority service scheduling
  • Peace of mind for you and your family

42 - Point Furnace Tune Up:

Gas Furnace burners
  1. Examine furnace installation quality
  2. Examine equipment condition area, and clearances
  3. Inspect Flue Pipe
  4. Inspect furnace components for corrosion
  5. Check for Gas Leaks
  6. Inspect electrical connections
  7. Inspect All Wiring on the Furnace
  8. Inspect Heat Exchanger
  9. Inspect flame baffle
  10. Inspect gas valves
  11. Check condition of Combustion chamber
  12. Clean Burners
  13. Vacuum Burner Compartment
  14. Check condition of blower fan and clean, as necessary
  15. Check and oil furnace blower motor as needed
  16. Check and oil the Inducer Motor as needed
  17. Check blower fan for tightness
  18. Inspect motor belts and pulleys
  19. Check ignitor or ignition system
  20. Check manifold pressure
  21. Check and adjust burners
  22. Check relay operation
  23. Check Operation of Safety Controls
  24. Clean or replace air filter (Electronic or media filters are extra)
  25. Check for gas combustion emissions
  26. Check for Combustion Leaks
  27. Check high & low pressure switch operation
  28. Check Thermocouple
  29. Inspect furnace vent system
  30. Test Flame Sensor
  31. Test Hot Surface Ignitor
  32. Check air distribution
  33. Check dampers
  34. Cycle the Furnace
  35. Check operational control sequence
  36. Check for Any Fire Hazards Around Furnace
  37. Test for Gas Leaks
  38. Check calibration of thermostat
  39. Check heat anticipator
  40. Check Overall Operation of System
  41. Indicate proper replacement size of Furnace filters.
  42. Make Recommendation of Any Needed Repairs to the System

Most modern fan motors have permanently lubricated bearings so no additional lubrication is needed.

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We can also:
  • Test for Carbon Monoxide leakage
  • Check gas input to ensure maximum efficiency and adjust to manufacturer's specifications if necessary.
  • Provide answers to your operating, maintenance and efficiency questions.

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