Are you expiring an issue with your gas furnace not adequately heating your home? If so, you may want to check that the burners of your furnace are clean and not clogged. Clogged furnace burners can affect the efficacy of your furnace and stop it from starting properly. Thankfully, you can take action on your own to solve an issue with a clogged burner and keep your furnace running efficiently. Use these helpful tips provided in along with our complete furnace maintenance checklist, to keep your gas furnace burners clean and working properly.
Step by step cleaning:
In order to clean your gas furnace burner you will need to follow the following steps.
- Turn off the gas – Safety is your top priority when doing any at home maintenance or cleaning of your furnace. Always turn off the gas and electricity to your unit before getting started.
- Remove the burner – In order to locate the burner you will have to remove the front panel on your furnace. Refer to your owners manual to determine how to remove the panel. You should be able to locate the burners in the chamber above the blower.
- Clean the burners – In order to clean the burners you will need to use a vacuum with a soft brush. Use the vacuum to remove any debris that is located on the burner. Debris takes form in rust and dust. You may need to gently tap the burners to loosen debris.
- Replace the burners – Your burners are now clean. Return them back to the furnace and replace the panel. You are now able to turn on your gas and electricity and begin using your furnace again.
What if my furnace issues aren’t resolved?
If you have performed regular maintenance on your furnace and also cleaned your burners, there may be other issues causing your furnace to not run efficiently. It may be a good idea to get an expert opinion to determine what is causing your furnace issues. A qualified technician, such as on from EVAM Canada, can assess your concerns and help you get your furnace working optimally again.
Remember that it along with regular furnace maintenance it is also important to have your furnace inspected. You can always do maintenance yourself at home but if you aren’t the DIY type, why not schedule regular furnace maintenance and inspection with one of our qualified technicians today.