Furnaces Require Professional Service EVERY Year.
Don't Wait for Your Furnace to Break Down. Schedule Service Today!
You get your oil changed every few thousand miles. You get a physical at the doctor’s office every year. You vacuum your carpets to keep them clean. Manufacturers tell us we need to do the same for our HVAC equipment every year.
Your furnace isn’t used during the summer. During that time, dust and rust can build up and damage your unit. Before you know it, your furnace can develop all kinds of problems, and some can be deadly.
4 Dangers You'll Avoid with Your Inspection
- Carbon monoxide poisoning. You can’t smell, taste, or see carbon monoxide, but according to the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, it kills at least 430 people every year in the U.S. If your heat exchanger in your furnace cracks, it can allow carbon monoxide (CO) into your family’s home.
- Fire danger. Your furnace is a controlled fire burning in your home. Fortunately, your heating system comes equipped with several safety features to keep that fire contained. However, if your unit is damaged, you could experience dangerous furnace problems like temperature control failures, flame roll-out disasters, and delayed ignition.
- Toxic gas leaks. If your safety pressure control fails, toxic gases can leak into your home.
- Other toxic fumes. A clogged exhaust system (or one improperly installed) allows toxic fumes into your home that can cause headaches, nausea, and other serious injuries.
What to Expect
During your heating maintenance visit, your technician will:
- Inspect all high voltage wires to prevent possible fires.
- Test possible CO levels in the home.
- Check the integrity of the heating system to look for anything that could lead to a gas leak or fire.
- Test all safety switches to make sure your unit prevents CO leaks and fire hazards.
- Clean the unit to keep dust and debris from causing a fire in your unit.
- Search for any critters that have moved into your ductwork or equipment.
We don’t cut corners when it comes to your family’s safety. Not only will we make sure your furnace is working right, but while we’re at your home, your technician will also check your smoke detectors, carbon monoxide detectors, and filters!
Did you know regular maintenance can actually save you money?
Sure, regular maintenance reduces the risk of breakdown by 95%, but it can also lower your utility bill by up to 30%!
It’s time to schedule your furnace maintenance. Don’t wait until your furnace breaks or causes problems for your family. Make sure they’ll stay warm and safe all winter long!