Although nearly all U.S. residences have furnaces and people are very familiar with heating households with these appliances, misconceptions about the equipment are still common. Understanding why certain beliefs about heating systems are inaccurate helps the household delay or entirely prevent the need for emergency Furnace Repair in Neenah WI on a cold winter night.
A very common
misconception is that it’s OK to skip the annual maintenance
appointment as provided by a contractor such as Bob’s Quality Heating
& Cooling. Many homeowners do this to save a little money,
figuring that having maintenance done every two or three years is
enough. They might not schedule maintenance on a brand new system for
four or five years. As the appliance runs so much in this cold winter
climate, the cleaning and adjustments provided during maintenance
serve as a tune-up that can prevent the need for Furnace Repair in
also assume that changing the filter as instructed on the labeling is
unimportant. Some even figure that the more clogged a filter is, the
less dust and other tiny debris can get through it. In reality, air
is supposed to easily flow through the pleats that trap nearly all
the tiny particles brought in through the return air registers in the
house. Otherwise, the furnace has to work extra hard to push air
misconception is that the thermostat can be located anywhere in the
home and still provide optimum results. Maybe the household residents
don’t like the look of the device in the living room so they ask if a
new one can be installed in a less conspicuous place.
The heating and cooling technicians probably had a good reason for choosing this original point of installation, however. The temperature in this location signals the furnace and central air conditioning unit to turn on and off. For that reason, it shouldn’t be placed near a cooking oven or clothes dryer. If something about the home environment has changed, that can be a good reason to relocate the device. Visit us online for information about one particular heating and cooling contractor.