Living in a home that’s clean and well-maintained is one of the best things in life that can’t be bought by money. This requires hard work and the ability to clean home appliances; be neat at all times and the prerogative to live in somewhere good enough to establish a great life. In able to achieve this goal, we need to start by learning how to clean our home appliances and for this article, we will learn how to assure that not just warm but also clean air will come from our air heaters.
Heaters or furnaces unit must be clean at all times not just to help it give good quality of air for the entire home but also to help it work properly and last for a long time.
• When cleaning a heater, we can start by replacing the filters. This is very important because it’s essential in filtering the air and dirt at the same time. Regular cleaning will help us get rid of dirt that might block the airway resulting into a low quality of air coming from it. Follow the manufacturer’s instructions for cleaning the filters to be guided accordingly. If cleaning it won’t do good anymore then find a good replacement immediately.
• Before start cleaning, turn off the switch in the blower or the furnace. It will help you have the motor at rest before doing anything.
• Clean your unit’s return grill regularly to prevent dust and other dirt from accumulation that might soon clog the filters.
• Check the ducts around the air handler for any breakage, holes or loose tapes because these minor issues can result into bigger ones caused by air infiltration.
• When cleaning your heater, clean the entire unit including its outdoor condenser unit grille. Clear it from all the leaves and other debris it got from your backyard and because it’s more exposed; it can also be more exposed to dirt and any other stuff that might cause clogging.
• Check the interior unit: if it’s too dirty then contact your contractor and let them do a power wash since it can clean the entire unit without bending the grille fins.