The temperatures outside are falling, and we want to make sure everyone in your house stays warm in the cold months ahead with our Furnace Safety and Efficiency Inspection.
Your furnace had a good, long rest over the warmer months, but that also means it’s had a chance to collect dust, rust, and gunk. None of that will help on a cold winter’s night.
The number one reason for your system failing isn’t age, brand, or that you play with your thermostat too much – it’s dirt. That’s right, a furnace that isn’t regularly cleaned and tuned will most likely be the reason the heat doesn’t come on one night.
Are you are wondering why we talk so much about our Furnace Safety and Efficiency Inspection? Think of it like an oil change for your car. You would not drive your car without regularly changing the oil, and you should not run your furnace year after year without regular maintenance. There are a lot of other reasons seasonal maintenance is a good idea; saving energy dollars, increasing the life of your system, and protecting your family from dangerous problems, like carbon monoxide poisoning, are just a few of those reasons.
If you are like most of us and things like this slip your mind, no problem. When you sign up for our regular annual maintenance program we will send you reminders when it is time to schedule your Furnace Safety and Efficiency Inspection. Schedule today for comfort tomorrow.