With cold temperatures here to stay for a while, our goal as an HVAC company is to keep your family warm and comfortable. To achieve this, we need to help you make sure your home’s heating is running great, and the best way to do that is to provide you with a furnace tune-up.
In the same way, you get your oil changed, and tires rotated for your car, these tune-ups can reduce the risk of breakdowns, extend the life of your furnace, keep your energy bills lower, and most importantly, keep your home safe.
Extremely low winter temperatures can cause your system to work twice as hard, and this extra stress on your furnace can lead to breakdowns when your system has underlying issues. Breakdowns also put a lot of stress on you as they always seem to happen at the worst times. Middle of the night emergency calls plus emergency fees and financial pressure on replacing your system. Tune-ups are a great way to reduce the chance of this happening.
Furnace Life Extension
We mentioned above the stress put on your system during extreme temperatures, but beyond that, normal running causes wear and tear on your system every day. We know how expensive new systems can be, and to help you keep your furnace running for as long as possible, these tune-ups are essential. These often include cleanings of vital parts that drastically reduce wear.
Keep Energy Bill Lower
Often seeing a steady increase in your energy bill indicates that your furnace could be starting to breakdown. You work hard for your money, and we don’t want you to begin to throw money away monthly. Keeping your furnace tuned up for a low fee once a year drastically outweighs the furnace’s snowball effect, becoming less and less efficient over time.
Keeping Your Home Safe
There is enough to worry about keeping your family safe from out in the world. Your home should always be a safe place to relax with your loved ones, but having an unmaintained furnace could be putting your family in danger. One of the most important things that we check for you is the heat exchanger. The most expansion and contraction experience can develop cracks from this and begin to leak carbon monoxide inside your home.