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Are you insured?

Yes, we are licensed and bonded for all the Westside suburbs of Cleveland and have liability insurance for work pertaining to heating/cooling.

What kind of guarantee do you have?

We have a 30 day labor warranty on any repair and a minimum one year parts and labor on new equipment.

What brands of equipment do you service?

Bay Furnace services all makes and models of heating and cooling equipment.

What brands of equipment do you sell?

We are a Carrier dealer and we install Carrier products.

When are you open?

Our hours are Monday – Friday 8:00 a.m. until 5:00 p.m. Saturday and evening appointments as needed.

How often do you recommend we have our furnace or air conditioner tuned up?

Bay Furnace recommends you use our 20 point tune up for heating and cooling after the second year, then yearly.

What should I do if I see water on the floor near the furnace?

Call for Bay Furnace service (440) 871-3777.

Why should I have a Club Membership?

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How often should I change my filters?

Furnace fiberglass filters should be replaced four times a year. If you have a Space Guard or Carrier EZ-Flex filter, it should be replaced once a year. For Electronic Air Cleaners, they should be cleaned every two months.

Why should I sleeve my chimney?

Warm, moist air can hit the cold chimney wall causing water droplets to form on the inside of your chimney. Condensation was not a problem with your older, less-efficient furnace because more of the heat produced escaped up the chimney. In higher-efficiency furnaces, exhaust gases in your chimney react chemically with the excess moisture to form corrosive acids. Moisture can seep into cracks in the bricks and mortar. The moisture freezes and thaws, and could cause chunks of tile and chimney to break loose. This debris could actually block the ventilation system, causing a potentially harmful situation. Water could even drip back into your furnace, causing it to corrode. A properly vented furnace can eliminate these risks.

What can I do if my upstairs is too hot in the summer?

You could probably use an attic fan. With an attic fan, your electric bills will be reduced and air conditioning will operate less frequently. They will also remove moisture laden air from the attic in winter, eliminating moisture buildup and subsequent damage to the roof sheeting and insulation. An attic fan will remove super heated air from the attic in summer and extend the roof life.
If you already have an attic fan, check the duct vents (registers) and make sure they are all open on the second level. You might want to close some on the first level to move air upstairs. You could also put your furnace fan on continuously instead of on auto. This will distribute the air in your house more evenly. If you close your doors on the upper levels it will keep more cool air in the bedrooms.

Do you have financing available?

Yes, for qualified credit applicants we have different financing programs.

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