When you are purchasing a furnace, or seeking to repair a unit, the top question on your mind is where to find replacement parts. Luxaire furnace parts are perhaps a brand of replacements easier to track down than some of the other brands on the furnace market.
Almost every furnace owner will attest to the fact that when a part on the furnace decides to finally give out, it will inevitable pick the day with the absolute worst temperatures billowing down outside.
Here are a few facts about Luxaire that might put your mind at ease should you find yourself in certain need of a replacement part:
1) Most units fall under warranty, and so long as you meet the terms and conditions than you won’t have to worry about paying out of pocket when a replacement piece is needed.
2) Luxaire supplies replacement pieces via their local Dealers. If you bought your unit locally, than chances are you can go right back to the Dealer to explain the problem, troubleshoot a solution, and get your hands on a replacement piece fast.
Most consumers who have found themselves in this position said having a local Dealer made all the difference.
An understanding of which Luxaire furnace parts to perform maintenance on can help lessen dire need of replacement parts in a pinch. Luxaire recommends performing regular maintenance on the blower, thermostat, humidifier, filters, and ducts. Maintenance procedures are pretty simple, and activities you could easily work in whenever you have the time.
For example, a standard furnace utilizes a filter made of loosely woven spun-glass fibers. They are designed to catch particles that can clog up the unit and duct work (not improve indoor air quality). Regularly replacing the filter about every 3 to 6 months is considered good maintenance.
You can find exact filter replacements alongside other Luxaire furnace parts at your local Dealer. You can even look into finding a different type of filter that might support your furnace better. Note that this standard filter is separate from an air filtration filter designed to improve indoor air quality. These types of filters are easily found at any local hardware store.
Originally posted 2011-08-18 12:18:09.