Heating System Maintenan, OK

Maintaining your furnace is an essential step to preventing urgent repairs in the future. Book a maintenance appointment with Quick Temp today to check your furnace and get it in perfect working condition before the coldest months strike.

Why is it essential to service your furnace regularly?

Yearly maintenance of your furnace and air conditioner is just as vital as annual examinations with our doctors and regular checks on our cars. We recommend getting your HVAC system serviced professionally twice a year.

Furnace maintenance ensures that your HVAC system operates as effectively as possible.

During their appointment, your expert will examine and clean the parts of your HVAC system. When furnace parts are correctly inspected and cleaned, they allow your furnace to work more effectively.

The purpose of your furnace’s air filter is to eliminate contaminants from your house’s indoor air.

When the air filter gets filthy, it limits airflow. It forces your furnace (and the entire HVAC system) to work harder and less effective. A clogged air filter is another source of inefficiency. It is advisable to clean or replace your air filter every 30-90 days, based on the type of air filter you need and how frequently your system operates.

When was the last time you replaced your air filter?

You can change it yourself or have it altered by a professional at your furnace maintenance appointment. When changing the air filter, write the date on the cardboard edge so you can readily verify it and replace it if necessary.

Furnace maintenance is critical for the health of your household.

While your heater circulates air within your home, you don’t want it to distribute dust and other airborne contaminants. A clogged air filter (and a clogged furnace) make it more difficult to remove pollutants from your home’s indoor air (contaminants like dust mites, mold, pet dander, dead skin, allergens, viruses, and more). During your furnace maintenance appointment, your expert will ensure that your unit is free of mildew, mold, dust, and other impurities.

Furnace maintenance is critical to the longevity of your HVAC system.

Even if everything is in working order, this type of preventative furnace maintenance is essential for the life of your HVAC. Performing this maintenance addresses any problems before they become costly repairs or replacements. Remember, the better the condition of your furnace, the longer its lifespan will be. A well-maintained furnace may last between 15-20 years.

Make sure your home’s furnace is ready to go for fall and winter. Contact Quick Temp for further furnace care advice or to arrange a furnace maintenance appointment.

Residential & Commercial Heating Maintenance Services

Furnace Maintenance

Before the cold weather approaches, have Rescue Heat & Air’s qualified professionals do your yearly furnace maintenance. We will handle furnace wear and tear, complete safety inspections, and make minor repairs to get your furnace functioning smoothly again.

Heat Pump Maintenance

Heat pumps do twice as much work as furnaces since they operate all year. As a result, they demand double the upkeep. The biggest issue with heat pumps is debris on the interior and outdoor coils, which affects the unit’s performance and longevity. Other problems include defective relays, valves, circuit breakers, and so on. Our heat pump maintenance service handles all of these issues, ensuring that you have comfortable interior temperatures all year.

Ductless Heating Maintenance

Ductless mini-splits, like central HVAC systems, require maintenance on a regular basis. Our service staff will perform periodic inspections, cleaning, and tune-ups to help you avoid costly repairs and save money on energy bills while adhering to the manufacturer’s warranty.

Replacement of Filters

The heating and cooling effectiveness of your HVAC system is only as good as its filter. It performs a great job of keeping dust and pollutants out of your home. Naturally, it becomes clogged quickly and must be updated in order for your HVAC to function effectively. Our maintenance services include heating system filter replacement, allowing you to breathe easier.

Types of Furnaces

Furnaces are classified into four types: natural gas, oil, electric, and propane. Electric furnaces heat the air by exposing heated parts, whereas other types of furnaces require a heat exchanger or chamber to warm the surrounding air. Finally, when the target temperature is attained, the thermostat instructs the furnace to turn off.

Natural gas furnaces are inexpensive. Older gas furnaces were typically only around 65% efficient, however, contemporary gas furnaces may be up to 98% efficient. Natural gas is also the most common option for Americans to heat their homes; about half of the country now utilizes it. However, use varies significantly by area.

The northeastern United States is the most prevalent location for oil furnaces. They are somewhat less efficient than gas furnaces, often ranging between 80 and 90%, although the initial investment is smaller. Natural gas furnaces might be up to 25% more expensive to buy.

Electric furnaces are the least expensive to buy, are easiest to install, and may last up to ten years. However, because the cost of electricity is substantially greater than that of gas, the difference will be reflected in your monthly energy bill.

Propane is a byproduct of the oil and gas industries. It can be conveniently kept in tanks and is utilized by about 10% of US households. If gas and oil are not widely available in your location, this is an excellent alternative.

Checklist for Furnace Maintenance

The maintenance items should be performed on your HVAC system at least once a year. The sole exception is changing the air filter, which you or your HVAC servicer should do quarterly, or more frequently if necessary
1. Change the air filter
You or your HVAC servicer should change air filters at least once every three months.

2. Maintain burners and the flame sensor
It’s best to clean the burners and flame sensor regularly.

3. Check your heat exchanger and your CO detector
Check your heat exchanger for any cracks or leaks. Also, check and replace your carbon monoxide (CO) detector batteries.

4. Oil the blower and inducer fans
Fans should spin freely and require some oil to do so.

5. Maintain a clean humidifier
If you use a humidifier, it is best to make sure to clean it regularly.

6. Examine the electrical wiring and controls
Equipment failure or fires might result from loose connections.

7. Inspect the thermostat for efficient functioning
The thermostat should correctly control the heat.

8. Examine and clean the air registers and ducts (if needed)
Dusty air registers reduce airflow.

What Can You Expect from Our Heating Maintenance Professionals?

  • Electrical wiring and other electrical components must be inspected.
  • Inspect heat exchangers, gas connectors, igniters, blower wheels, motors, etc.
  • Examining for cracks and corrosion
  • Burner cleaning, flame sensors, heat exchangers, pilot assembly, and condensate pump
  • All moving components should be lubricated.
  • Airflow, gas pressure, and motor amperage are all measured.
  • Air filter replacement

About Quick Temp

Quick Temp has been in Tulsa for over ten years. Quick Temp can handle all of your furnace installation, repair, and maintenance needs since our team are dedicated to restoring your home’s comfort level as quickly and economically as possible.

Quick Temp guarantees that your system will be installed by highly qualified individuals in order to give maximum performance and long-term dependability. We want to ensure that your system gives you the cost-effective comfort and efficiency that you deserve.

You can always count on our professional technicians to properly maintain your HVAC system. From sizing through installation, we ensure that you will be delighted with the advantages and service you receive.

Are you ready to schedule a furnace installation appointment in Skiatook, OK? We’re ready to help!

Furnace Maintenance FAQ

It's ideal to get your heating system tuned up once a year, especially in the fall. However, if you have a heat pump, it must be repaired twice a year because it operates all year.
A furnace cleaning can range from $50 to $300. The annual cost of mini-split cleaning might range between $200 and $400. A regular service call for a heat pump might range from $50 to $180. All of these costs vary depending on the state of your heating system.
It might take up to two hours to conduct a simple heating system maintenance service. This, however, fluctuates depending on the age of the system.
Yes. Cleaning a furnace is simple and should be done on a regular basis to maintain it in excellent operating order. Wipe down the external surfaces with a moist rag and vacuum the inside. However, in order to preserve the guarantee and discover issues early, inspection and service must be performed by trained personnel.

Trusted Heating Maintenance Company Near You

If you are looking for a heater maintenance service near you, give us a call at (918) 400-4444 for a free estimate. We have technicians available locally to take up your request and promptly reach your location. We are your comfort on-call service to keep you warm all winter long.