San Diego Furnace Cleaning Services
A Dirty Furnace Means Dirty Air
Dead skin cells, dust mites, and pollen spore buildup in your furnace compartment are the biggest deterrents to an efficient HVAC system AND healthy indoor air. Your blower motor, heat exchanger, and the surrounding compartment make up the furnace portion of your HVAC system. Located at the very end of your return duct, the blower motor is responsible for moving every molecule of air through your ventilation system.
Every group of mold spores, skin cells, and debris you have in your furnace takes a toll on your HVAC system as well as the health of you and your family. While changing your air filter on a regular basis can help alleviate some of these concerns, most of these particles are much too small for a standard filter to catch.
Residential Furnace Cleaning Process
Our San Diego Furnace Cleaning service process consists of using a combination of HEPA vacuuming, air washing, and hand washing, we ensure your furnace is clean and free of dust, debris, and airborne contaminants.
The result is both a more efficient air system and a clean indoor environment for you and your family to live in. Without all the dirt, debris, and dead skin cells clogging up the system, your HVAC unit will increase in performance.
In addition, all those gross, potentially harmful contaminants will no longer be circulating through your air, helping YOU to finally breathe again.
Common symptoms of a dirty/contaminated furnace
- Burning/hot dirt smell when the unit turns on
- Excessive sneezing/dry sinuses throughout the night/morning while the unit is running
- Excessive dust throughout the home
- High energy bills
- Excessive amount of dirt on filter when changing it every 3 months
Benefits of Maintenance Services
Regular furnace maintenance cleaning improves the efficiency of your heating system. It also helps maintain clean air circulating throughout your San Diego home. In addition to having your furnace cleaned regularly, you must clean or replace your furnace filter at least every 3 months. A good indicator to when it should be replaced is when you can no longer see through it. We can answer any questions you might have about our filter change maintenance agreements and similarly answer questions about our San Diego duct cleaning services.