The Reasons To Get Your Furnace Checked

It’s common sense. Just as with your car, anything mechanical needs up-keep. But if you need extra convincing, here are seven reasons to call us for a maintenance check.

1. Prolong the life of your furnace

It’s never fun spending a few grand on a new HVAC system. We can do more than sympathize. Annual inspections can prevent you from having to put in a new furnace. Our preventive maintenance guarantees that all the parts in your furnace work together to keep you comfortable for years to come.

2. It can lower your energy bills

By having your furnace cleaned regularly, which includes replacing or cleaning your filter, your furnace will work as efficiently as possible and save you energy. Once it gets dirty, airflow becomes diminished and blocked, causing your furnace to work harder, using more energy to do the same amount of work.

3. Clean built-up rust, dirt and dust

A proper inspection includes checking for rust and dirt that can build up on the burners in your system. This type of buildup can create pockets that trap gas and cause hot spots on your furnace’s heat exchanger. Even if your furnace is new, it still requires inspection as different factors can cause rust and dirt to accumulate.

4. Keep your family safe

Your furnace burns fuel. We will make sure that there are no cracks or leaks, especially around the fuel area that could be dangerous. An annual check will ensure that the heat exchanger, gas burner, gas valve and other parts are all functioning properly, so you have no reason for concern.

5. Maintain your warranty

Many repairs are normally covered by your appliance’s warranty. But many warranties specify in the fine print (got to hate that fine print) that the client must properly maintain the unit in order to have it protected. A yearly check-up is a great way to make sure there are no outside causes for problems that would void your warranty.

6. We guarantee our work

If your furnace breaks in the 6-months after our maintenance visit, we’ll reimburse you the cost of the visit. That’s how confident we are that our work will extend the life of your system.

7. We have a lifetime warranty on most repairs

We put our money where our technicians are. If we do have to make a repair, in most cases, you won’t have to worry about that repair again… ever. As long as you continue to maintain your system we know that if we fix it, it’ll stay fixed or you won’ t have to pay for the repair.

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