Indoor HVAC Care & Maintenance
Keep Your System Running with These Tips
Replace the indoor unit's air filter monthly
Old/Dirty filters cause equipment to work harder, resulting in energy waste and possible internal damage. If you have a reusable/washable filter, make sure that it has completely
dried prior to reinstalling.
Inspect the blower compartment of your furnace or blower coil
Use a vacuum to remove any dirt or dust, which can result in improper performance and low efficiency. Make sure that the coil is dry prior to vacuuming.
Remove clutter from around the furnace or blower coil
Items stored near the furnace are fire hazards. They may also obstruct combustion air supply. This could cause complete combustion and the production of carbon monoxide gas.
Your furnace or blower coil could be located in a closet, attic or basement. Removing clutter applies to your equipment no matter where it is located.
Check the chimney or flue pipe connections for tightness, blockages or loose connections
Your gas furnace flue pipe must remain tightly connected and free of blockage for the furnace to operate correctly. If repairs are required, contact your Airflow representative to
schedule the repairs.
Keep return registers/grilles clear of obstructions
The return register/grille must remain free of obstructions such as furniture, lint, dust or pet hair for the system to operate properly.
Clean humidifier reservoir regularly
If your home comfort system includes a humidifier, it may be necessary to clean the water reservoir to prevent mold or mildew buildup.