Furnace Puffback Cleanup in Gaston County North Carolina
Puff backs occur when an oil-burning furnace doesn't ignite when it should. Oil vapors build up in the ignition chamber, causing an explosion when the igniter finally triggers. The explosion blows soot and other debris through the furnace's exhaust system and into the heating system, which carries it into the Gaston County North Carolina. house. If the furnace is connected to a forced air heating system, the ducts can carry the puff back to every room of the house with an open vent.
Most oil-burning furnaces in danger of having a puff back give off warning signs that should indicate a problem with the furnace. Black soot on the furnace, walls or ceiling indicate that oil is burning improperly in the furnace and is leaking out of the unit. Noises such as those made by the combustion chamber while it is burning may continue after the furnace has stopped, indicating that something is still burning within the furnace even though it shouldn't be. Noises at the beginning of the burn cycle, such as a puff or bang, also indicate that unburned oil has pooled and ignited.
Different aspects of your building may require different types of cleaning and solution to fully eradicate the smoke damage. Our trained professionals know the exact processes to use so that your Gaston County North Carolina. building can be fully restored from soot and smoke damage.
For furnace puffback cleanup in Gaston County North Carolina, call Rumsey Construction and Restoration at 980-202-4500.