The Importance of Tune-Ups

- 9:00 am - February 3rd, 2021

A broken heating system on a frozen winter’s night is the last thing anyone wants to experience. That’s why it’s important to have your system regularly maintained by qualified professionals. Heating systems, like our bodies, need regular checkups to make sure there aren’t any issues that could become dangerous and costly down the road.


Higher Efficiency, Lower Costs

When you schedule a tune-up, your technician will examine your heating system’s most important parts. Components like the burner and heat exchanger will usually have to be cleaned or, in some cases, even replaced. It should come at no surprise that filthy components don’t work as well and increase the chances that your system will experience a breakdown. Having these parts maintained on a regular basis will keep your entire system running efficiently and actually lower annual heating your costs.


A Clean Furnace is a Safe Furnace

Regular maintenance is not only important for the reliable operation of your system, but also for the safety of you and your family. A poorly maintained furnace can leak carbon monoxide into your home, putting your family at risk. Carbon monoxide is produced naturally during the heating process and contained in the heat exchanger, where it’s then expelled from your home through the flue vent. Heat exchangers can form cracks due to the metal’s constant expansion and contraction during the heating and cooling process, necessitating the need for a replacement. During the inspection of your furnace, your technician will examine the heat exchanger for any potential issues.


Lower Energy Costs and Peace of Mind

Regular maintenance will keep your heating costs low and give you the peace of mind that your system is operating in a safe manner. If you’re interested in bringing in one of our qualified technicians for a tune-up, give us a call or visit our website.

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