As a property owner, you must be able to identify and be aware of the common furnace installation mistakes. Installation mistakes can negatively affect the service life of your unit and make you susceptible to problems at inconvenient times.
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Your furnace and duct system is the heart and lungs of your property. You’ll need them to be in tip-top shape to keep you warm and cozy throughout the cold months. And one crucial component of what makes a great heating system is proper installation.
This post will explain the common furnace installation mistakes and what you can do to prevent them from happening. Read on!
First is the proper sizing. The size of your furnace should also be according to the size of your space. Many still believe that bigger is better; however, that’s not the case in heating systems.
If you happen to have an undersized furnace, the chances are your furnace will find it hard to heat a larger space. This will result in overwork, inefficiency, and furnace burning out.
On the other hand, an oversized furnace can present heating problems, such as short cycles and inefficiency, which will lead to accelerated wearing down of its critical components.
It is important to reach a professional to help you assess the perfect heating system for your home or office. At D&D, we have the right tools and knowledge to help you out. So, be sure to call us for expert assistance.
If you plan to have a gas furnace installed in your home or office, it’s important to be aware of proper ventilation. A gas furnace must have proper ventilation to have an adequate discharge flow of exhaust gas generated by the heating process.
Let our team inspect and install your ventilation system to further assist you in reducing possible operation errors. Our professionals will discuss how your ventilation works to equip you with proper knowledge better.
In installing a new furnace, there are times where there is already an existing set of ductwork. In this case, you will be required to adjust to allow your new heating system to fit with the existing ducts.
However, when your furnace is improperly connected to the ducts, you might experience insufficient heating in your space.
Important reminder: Take the opportunity to clean the existing ductwork as you install a new furnace.
Furnaces generate wastewater that needs to get drained. If you have a faulty drainage system, you will be susceptible to pools of water that can potentially harm your heating system and affect indoor air quality as mold develops.
We suggest regularly inspecting your furnace after the first few weeks of installation to check if your drainage is working fine. This is because drainage problems can occur even after several months.
Keep your residential or commercial space comfortable with a dependable heating system. From the selection to the installation process, you can depend on our expert installers for quality results.