A certified worker comes to the home to thoroughly troubleshoot, test, clean and adjust the oil furnace… He verifies the safety of the heat exchanger and functionality of the temperature control
Living in the northern section of the country means super long, brutally cold and snowy winters. It’s not unusual for us to start up the oil furnace sometime in October and keep it running steadily until the end of April or early May! The temperature remains below 0 for months on end. We expect uneven temperatures down to twenty-several below 0 and the wind chill makes it feel even colder. It honestly becomes dangerous to spend time outdoors, but a reliable, regularly functioning and energy efficient heating method is a priority. I spent a small advantage on a top-of-the-line oil furnace. I chose a model that features stretchy-speed technology and achieves up to a 98% AFUE rating, while the purchase and replacement of the oil furnace was pricey, my hope was to save money every month on lower heating bills. I want the heating method to last as long as possible. I take precautions to avoid energy waste and malfunctions. I substitute the air filter in the oil furnace every month. I’ve also carefully caulked, weatherstripped and insulated my whole house to reduce the workload of the oil furnace. I’ve enrolled in a service system with a local Heating and Air Conditioning dealer that includes check ups of the cooling system in the Springtime and oil furnace in autumn. A certified worker comes to the home to thoroughly troubleshoot, test, clean and adjust the oil furnace… He verifies the safety of the heat exchanger and functionality of the temperature control. He cleans the blower, tightens electrical connections and lubricates moving parts. He removes any buildup of dust that might otherwise restrict airflow.