There’s always a lot of buzz around this time of year about furnace maintenance.
The truth is, there’s no question about it — your furnace needs to be checked at least once every year to ensure that it is in proper functioning condition.
Here are a few of the most significant reasons to have your furnace checked each year.
Having your furnace checked by a professional will ensure your airflow and the associated components are functioning appropriately. Most often, restricted or limited airflow causes an unnecessary amount of strain on a furnace, leading to increased repairs and a shortened lifespan. Having an annual heating system check in the fall can help save you on replacement parts and even a complete system failure.
Many furnaces rely on fuel that includes a combination of natural gases, propane, or oil to generate heat. Combustion involves a precise process that must function normally for maximum safety and efficiency. Ensure your furnace is functioning safely with an annual check-up.
Having annual inspections of your furnace will undoubtedly save you from costly repairs. Most heating problems can be easily averted through regular check-ups, so make sure you set up your fall appointment with Curtis Total Service.
Have your furnace inspected in the fall so it’s fully functional throughout the winter. If something goes wrong with your heating system in the winter, you won’t have to wait around in the cold for it to be repaired.
Having your furnace checked will also save you in energy costs. Having it cleaned will allow it to run at its peak efficiency, saving money. Poorly maintained HVAC systems tend to use more energy to run, which can jack up your utilities bill.
If your furnace is under warranty, it will serve you well to have the furnace checked and maintained. A manufacturer’s warranty is most often considered null and void when a heater is not maintained.
We hope these tips encourage you to schedule a furnace inspection by one of our heating system specialists before the winter hits.
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