Today’s furnace is state-of-the-art heating equipment that is virtually mechanically solid state due to new engineered designs. What this means for buyers of this equipment is less costly repairs. However, with the reduction in the number of furnace parts, there are still several major parts that require maintenance to avoid repairs.
These parts depend on whether the furnace operates on gas, oil, electricity or hot water. The major furnace parts include, heat exchanger, vents (ductwork), ignition and safety controls, gas manifolds and burners and a furnace blower. It is important to know the function of each of these in order to identify a malfunction. As a heating and cooling company with over 30 years of experience, Aire One got you covered.
What is a Furnace Blower?
As its name implies a furnace blower is powered by a motor that distributes air from the furnace to the venting system. A furnace blower motor helps circulate air through the venting system. In a gas furnace, it is fueled by a gas supply pipe and has a motor and blower pulley and a belt. As a professional heating and cooling company, Aire One will assist with repairs, replacements, upgrades and new installations.
How to Fix a Faulty Furnace Blower
For the average owner of a furnace, fixing a furnace blower requires tools and the ability to identify parts for replacement. The cause of the faulty furnace blower also needs to be detailed and determined. At Aire One Heating & Cooling Company, we offer expert services that are cost-effective.
Faulty furnace blower problems may include:
– Mechanical blower parts worn or damaged
– Worn blower belt or pulley
– Blower motor no longer functions
When your heating system no longer provides an efficient supply of heat that is evenly distributed, it may be time to contact a professionals at Aire One to identify the problem, make repairs and replace a faulty furnace blower.