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Furnace Cleaner Salary
in Maryland, United States

$35,029 (USD)

Average Salary

$17/hr

Average Hourly

$504

Average Bonus

Salary Recap

The average pay for a Furnace Cleaner is $35,029 a year and $17 an hour in Maryland, United States. The average salary range for a Furnace Cleaner is between $26,834 and $41,730. On average, a High School Degree is the highest level of education for a Furnace Cleaner. This compensation analysis is based on salary survey data collected directly from employers and anonymous employees in Maryland, United States.

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Job Summary

Description:
  • Cleans fire pots, ducts, vents, registers, air chambers, and filter screens of domestic furnaces: scrapes soot and ash from fire pot and smoke chambers, using scraper and wire brush.
  • Cleans filter screens, using solvent.
  • Removes dust-clogged air filters and places clean filters into brackets.
  • Brushes and washes dust from air chamber and ducts, using wire or fiber brush.
  • Removes loose soot, ash, and dust, using hand scoop and portable vacuum cleaner.
  • Examines seams of furnace section for defects, such as cracks, and reports defects to customer or furnace repairer.
  • May extract dust from ducts and jackets, using vacuum equipment.
  • May tighten nuts, bolts, and screws on furnace, using handtools.

Salary Potential

Estimated salary in 2023:
$40,609
5 Year Change:
16 %

Education

Skills

Skills data not available for this job

Furnace Cleaner Job Listings for Maryland, United States

HVAC Installers
Nov 19
Beltsville, MD, USA
CroppMetcalfe
Ability to install with no assistance basic systems, example air handler, furnace, indoor coils, humidifier, UV lights, air cleaners. * Ability to install and fabricate small duct work transitions
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