Servicing Stockton, California and the Surrounding Area
While we might live in sunny California, we aren’t immune here in the central valley to chilly winter weather. Before the cold weather hits, experts recommend having a professional service your furnace to keep it in good running order and preventing a breakdown when you need it the most. Our expert technicians can service all furnace models as well as tune-up and repair your furnace to run at maximum efficiency while potentially lowering your monthly energy costs.
It is ideal to conduct a maintenance check before it gets cold sometime early in Fall. Contact Greener Solutions Heat & AC, your greater Stockton, California area maintenance experts to schedule your tune-up.
Furnace Tune-Up Checklist
Test operation of furnace – Our technicians will make sure your system is cycling properly and set according to factory specifications.
Replace or clean filter – Clean filters prolong the life of your system and are necessary for exceptional air flow.
Inspect safety controls – We will make sure your safety controls are adjusted to the proper factory specifications to ensure the protection of the unit and your home.
Check heat exchanger for cracks, rust and soot – With age, there is an increased risk of cracks forming in the heat exchanger. Cracks can allow dangerous products such as carbon monoxide to enter your home and put your safety at risk. Our trained technicians can examine your system to determine if there is a threat present.
Clean burners/pilot ignition assembly – In order to maximize the efficiency of your system, your burners must be checked and cleaned.
Inspect blower assembly- Our technicians will check your amperage draw to make sure your motor is operating at standard voltage and amperage draw as designed to. This will help us identify any issue before the unit fails.
Test capacitors – The capacitor is a component of the blower motor and it is important for it to be operating properly for the efficient operation of the blower motor.
Check electrical connections for tightness – In order to prevent equipment failure, it is important to make sure all electrical components are wired properly.