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Air Quality Thermostat Services
You don’t have to wait for your furnace or air conditioner system to turn on to have clean air! What you can do is turn your thermostat on fan mode, and have the ultraviolet filter going and have your air filtered thru so that clean air is always circulating thru your home.
There are so many benefits to having your air always filtering whether your furnace is on or off and same with your home’s air conditioning system.
If you suffer from allergies or asthma having clean air circulating at all times can help prevent flare ups and let you enjoy your day to day inside your home.
Having the option to properly clean your homes indoor air will aid in removing dust, smoke, and other air pollutants to protect your family and even prevent your furniture collecting dust.
Those are just some of the more basic benefits so if you decide its time to replace your filter or just a simple maintenance check at Omni Home Comfort those are some of the services we provide throughout the Champaign Urbana area. Give us a call or click to set up your appointment today!
After scheduling your appointment you will receive a confirmation email on date, time, location, and we even provide you with the details on which of our certified technicians will be servicing your air quality system. We are a hassle free company that is always available to tend to your families Indoor Air Quality (IAQ) needs.
Our Comfort Maintenance Plans
Frequently asked questions
- When a furnace starts to blow cold air, it’s easy to get concerned. Here are a few common things to check.
- If your thermostat fan set to “on” and not “Auto” this will cause the fan to run continuously.
- Check your air filter and see if it is dirty.
- Check to see if the pilot is lighting when your thermostat is calling for heat.
The most common reason furnaces start to leak water is due to a condensation leak. Some other reasons can be due to:
- A faulty secondary heat exchanger.
- A faulty furnace humidifier.
- A clogged internal drain.
If the furnace still isn’t cycling, there could be one of three problems happening:
- The fan limit switch is set to “manual override”.
- You have a faulty fan limit switch.
- Your thermostat isn’t wired properly.