Furnace & Air Conditioning Tune-Ups
We often get asked why furnace maintenance should be done.
There are many reasons an annual tune-up is so important to the efficiency of your furnace as well as the safety of your home.
Maintains manufacturer’s warranty
You get your car an oil change to maintain warranty. A furnace is similar.
If your furnace is under a manufacturer’s warranty, it is especially important for you to get an annual furnace tune-up. Most manufacturer’s stipulate that their warranty becomes void if the furnace is not regularly maintained. A furnace tune-up can satisfy that requirement and maintain your warranty. We offer warranty repair Lennox furnaces.
Every winter, furnace companies get backlogged with repairs (one the furnaces start working hard). Many of these repairs could have been easily prevented with regular maintenance. A furnace tune-up not only includes cleaning that keeps your furnace running efficiently, but it also can catch many potential problems before they turn into major repairs.
Saves Time & can prevent emergency repairs
Getting a furnace tune-up now, before the weather is cold, is much more convenient than waiting for a technician during the winter in a cold home without heat. It will also save you money. While not every repair can be caught via a tune-up, often symptoms caught early can help you take preventative measures.
Proper cleaning and checking of the gas levels will help keep your furnace running efficiently as it can. In addition to ensuring safe operation, this will keep your furnace running efficiently all winter.
As part of a furnace tune-up, the technician will check your heating system to ensure it is receiving the proper airflow. Venting issues and limited airflow can cause an unnecessary strain on your furnace that can lead to a shortened lifespan and emergency repairs.
Furnaces burn gas to produce heat. Heat exchanger issues can lead to gas leaking into your home or dangerous carbon monoxide levels. Don’t take a chance with the health and safety of you and your family. If you feel you may have a leak, you can always contact ATCO gas emergency line at 403-245-7222