dreamstime_xxl_6767210-1Las Vegas may be in the middle of a desert, but that doesn’t mean that the temps won’t drop once November arrives. People are still enjoying 80-degree days and 60-degree nights, but before long, those daytime and nighttime temperatures will begin to dip into the 60s and the 30s. When that happens, you want to be sure your furnace and heating system are ready to go. If you have your doubts, or if your system barely made it through the last cold season, contact Enix Mechanical today. With our heating repair service, you can rest assured that you’ll have a warm, comfortable winter.

Furnace Maintenance Tips

There are some things you can do on your own to ensure your furnace is ready for the colder days of November and December, and there are some things that are best left to the professionals. Here are some things you can do on your own for fall furnace maintenance:

  1. Change the Air Filter – Changing the filter is fairly easy on most modern furnace models, and you can get the part number and filter size from the side of the current filter. Your local hardware or home goods store should have the appropriate replacement.
  2. Check the Flue Pipe – The exhaust flue is the pipe that carries gases from the furnace to the outdoors, and you’ll want to be sure it isn’t leaking any carbon monoxide into your home. Small holes can often be patched, buy any major damage should be repaired by a certified HVAC contractor.
  3. Clean Your Floor Vents – While this isn’t maintenance on the furnace itself, dusting and vacuuming your floor vents will ensure that fewer allergens are being pushed through your heating system. This can improve the efficiency of your system, not to mention the air quality inside your home.

If you need furnace repair or maintenance in Vegas, contact Enix Mechanical. We’ll schedule a time that works for you, and will have your heating running perfectly before the colder days arrive!

Enix Mechanical

90 Corporate Park Dr #100
Henderson, NV 89074

P: 702-570-4989

Business Hours

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    1. 8:00am – 5:00pm