Even when you replace your HVAC filters regularly, over time dirt, dust and debris can build up in your furnace blower motor, drastically reducing your AC’s efficiency. This can lead to higher energy usage and eventually costly repairs. A dirty blower motor also increases the amp pull, which could result in burnt out capacitors, causing the motor itself to fail.
When your blower motor is dirty it has to work harder to blow air through your ducts and vents, which reduces the ability of your filter to clean allergens, toxins, and pollutants from your indoor air. This can exacerbate allergies and asthma.
While it isn’t difficult to perform basic maintenance on other parts of your HVAC system, cleaning your blower motor is a complicated task that should be left to an experienced professional. Rather than attempting to do it yourself, it’s best to hire an expert to do the job for you. We can help!