Get The Best Results From Your New Furnace

get the best results from your new furnace

Winter months are here and if you purchased a new furnace, you are most likely looking for ways to get the best results from your new furnace. A new furnace system that is running smoothly and efficiently can make a noticeable difference for your home and help save you money. However, with that being said there are ways to ensure your new furnace is not wasting energy or breaking down anytime soon. Read below to discover how to get the best results from your new furnace.

Schedule a Professional, Quality Installation

Getting the best results from your new furnace begins at installation. Poor, inadequate installation can lead to furnace issues, costly repairs, and high heating bills. Incorrect, low-quality installation can not only affect your system’s efficiency, but also compromise your safety. Your new investment could be a waste if you do not take steps beforehand to research the contractor you work with. It is important you work with a professional trusted company like LA Construction, Heating and Air. We will ensure your new furnace is the proper size for your home. A furnace that is too little or too big can put excess stress on your system and raise your heating bills. We will also ensure it connected correctly. There are several different components that need to be connected and installed properly to achieve the best results.

Always Ensure to Keep a Clean Filter

Furnaces pull in cold air from rooms in the home to then heat it up. This air can contain pollutants and other debris and contaminants. The air filter is responsible for keeping this debris and dust from the furnace and entering your duct system. Over time, if not routinely replaced this filter can become clogged, restricting airflow, and putting extra strain on your furnace. To ensure you get the best results from your new furnace it is important to replace your filter regularly. In general check your filter once a month during times of heavy use and replace it at least every three months.

Use A Programmable Thermostat

Using a programmable thermostat can make a substantial difference in lowering your heating bills and getting the best out of your heating system. Lower your thermostat at times you do not need it as much, even 1 degree can help save you money.

Sign Up For Regular Maintenance

One of the most important steps you can take in protecting your new investment is to sign up for a maintenance plan. Routine maintenance is critical in keeping your HVAC system in great condition to avoid costly surprises on the day you need it the most. Your new furnace has many components that are working together, and overtime will wear down. By scheduling professional routine maintenance, you can catch any potential minor issues before they cause catastrophic costly repairs or a complete furnace breakdown. By investing in a maintenance plan, you can help save money in the long run.

Assist Your New Furnace in Working Efficiently

If you can lessen the strain on your new furnace, you can help extend its lifetime and decrease the chances of a breakdown.  Assist your new furnace in working efficiently with a few steps. You can close the curtains at night to help keep heat in. By keeping the shades and curtains open during the day and letting the sunlight in you can avoid putting extra strain on your furnace to heat your home. Run ceiling fans in a clockwise direction so he blades pull warm air up to the ceiling and distribute it throughout your space. Keep the furnace and surrounding areas clean and free of clutter to allow for adequate airflow.

Contact LA Construction, Heating and Air

Protect your new investment and get the best results from your new furnace by following these simple steps mentioned. By making effort to remove some of the workload from your furnace every step as minor as it may seem can add up to make a huge difference. To schedule routine maintenance give us a call today or contact us online.

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