1. Cycle furnace, check for flue draft and gas leaks
2. Record temp differences from supply and return air ( temp rise)
3. Check gas pressure at valve for proper adjustment
4. Test carbon monoxide in flue and inside home, test customers carbon monoxide tester
5. Inspect heat exchanger and face plate
6. Inspect condensate tubes, traps and pump
7. Check operation of safety limit controls, transformer, elements
8. Inspect sequencers and relays
9. Check fan, blower speed and amp draw
10. Check all electrical connections 11. Inspect and clean burners
12. Reading of ignition and sensor
13. Check control board and fuses
14. Replace filter with new 1inch filter
15. Inspect general condition of installation
16. Vacuum entire unit inside and out
17. Inquire if there are any obstructions in vents, supply or return air
18. Cycle furnace at thermostat, calibrate if necessary
Call us today to schedule your tune up at 740-720-4300
If you need any additional services please feel free to call or go back to the home page to see how we can help you.
We also offer duct cleanings to get all of the dirt cleaned out before you fire back up the furnace for the winter time!!
August 17th, 2016
Learn the basics to understand your HVAC system.
Have you wondered what the main components to your HVAC system are and how they heat and cool your home and office?
There are a couple of different kinds of coils. There are condenser coils and evaporator coils. The condenser coil manages heat exchange and condenses the refrigerant gas (which is hot). After the condenser coil does it's job it passes off to the evaporator coil and releases the refrigerant to it. The evaporator coil then turns the release into cool air and blows it throughout your home or office in the duct work.
Do you find your family arguing over who messed with the thermostat?
I am sure at some point in your home you have heard mom, dad, or anyone else yell out, "Who changed the thermostat?". This is a common thing in a household. Disagreements can arise over the house thermostat, trust me, I have seen them. Not everyone in the house though may like the same temperature. If you are looking to find a solution, Lancaster Heating & Air with our professional heating and cooling techs may have some simple tricks to keep everyone happy. With women usually being more on the chilly side and males on the warmer, we have to find a happy medium for all.