Do you have a furnace keeping your home warm this season? Is that a gas furnace, perhaps? If you answered yes to the first question, this blog post is for you. If you answered yes to the second, this blog post is definitely for you!
Furnace maintenance is key to keeping your furnace system not only functional and efficient but also safe. And with temperatures starting to chill down, now is the time to think about having this service done—it will prevent problems like sudden furnace repair in Edmond, OK, and more. Read on to learn more!
Improve Your Home Safety
This is, without argument, the most important reason there is for furnace maintenance, particularly when we’re talking about gas-powered systems. The last thing you need to worry about on a cold winter day is your furnace becoming a hazard for your household and family. Gas-powered heating systems are not inherently dangerous, but they can become dangerous without proper care.
During your heater maintenance tune-up, our highly trained and educated technicians will comprehensively inspect your entire furnace system, looking for places where the system might develop safety issues, such as a cracked heat exchanger or loose gas lines. Tune-ups offer you peace of mind that no other service can.
Prevent Repair Needs
We alluded to this above—but maintenance helps you avoid repair needs. And trust us, when temperatures drop low enough, the last thing you need to be doing is scrambling to call for sudden repairs after your heater abruptly stopped working.
We offer quality and reliable repair service, but if we can we’d like to help you avoid sudden repair needs! Professional maintenance from our skilled staff gives your heater the best chance of getting through the heating season without any disruption to service or to your comfort.
Maintenance also prevents smaller repair needs from growing into much bigger emergencies later on. In fact, we estimate that staying on top of your routine heating maintenance can help you avoid up to 85% of the repairs it will ever need throughout its lifespan.
Speaking of your furnace’s lifespan, we’d like to help your system last as long as possible. And we can do this, with maintenance—it helps your heating system achieve the longest possible, efficient, lifespan.
Lower Utility Bills
A furnace that skips even just one year of maintenance will begin wearing down faster than it would have otherwise. With issues such as extra friction on the motors, and burners struggling to produce enough heat, your furnace will begin draining more power than it should just to function, which will eventually reflect in your utility bills.
Uphold Your System Warranty!
Most HVAC system manufacturer warranties have a stipulation that to keep it active, you need to have professional heating maintenance done each year with a qualified HVAC professional. Attempting to maintain or repair your heating system on your own could lead to unintended damage that you will be financially liable for since the warranty will be voided.
At Comfort Incorporated, we keep your family safe, healthy and comfortable–call today, service today!