As the summer begins to wane and cooler weather starts settling in, it is time for you to start using your furnace. However, there is the chance that you will find something wrong with it. In cases like this, you must call a team of experts to solve your furnace’s problem.
Thankfully, you have the team here at Chatham Comfort Controls! We can determine your furnace’s most significant issue and create a plan for how to repair it. Not only that, but we also offer furnace replacement and installation services. We do these services if the damage is too extensive to repair. No matter what you need, we can handle it.
There are ways you can start preparing your furnace for the cold weather now. When you do preparations, you could be able to prevent a much larger problem from happening. Here are some ways you can prepare your furnace for the cold winter months ahead.
Simply Turn It On
The quickest way to determine if your furnace requires maintenance is by turning it on. After all, you haven’t used it for quite a long time. If it starts working immediately, then your furnace is most likely safe. However, if it takes a while to turn on or doesn’t at all, give us a call.
Change Your Air Filter
You might often forget to replace your air filter. With this in mind, you must remember to replace it at least every two months. If you find that your home’s air is more stuffy than usual, check to see how messy your air filter is. A new one could make a big difference!
Clean Your Unit
As you might not have had any use for your furnace in a few months, it could use some TLC. A cleaning could help restore your unit to normal after a period of inactivity. You can clean your furnace using a damp cloth with mild soap as well as a light brush. If you find that your unit requires more extensive cleaning, we can help.
Schedule an Inspection with Chatham Comfort Controls
If you suspect that something is wrong with your furnace, do not hesitate to call us! With our comprehensive free inspections, we will be able to see anything wrong with your unit. From there, we can determine the best way to ensure your unit runs smoothly. Call us at 773-842-4299 for Chicagoland or 708-674-6313 if you’re in the South Suburbs.