Having problems with your furnace? Furnace service may be the answer
We know you want to think about your furnace almost never. If it’s running correctly, you probably aren’t thinking about it almost ever. When things start going wrong and your furnace is having difficulties, it’s the only thing you can think about, along with all of the worst-case scenarios about what the problem may be. Put your mind at ease! A easy way to keep from fretting (or even thinking about) your furnace is to maintain your annual furnace service.
Think of your furnace service as getting your oil changed in your car, it is necessary to keep your system operating well and extends the life of your investment. Our certified specialists will check to confirm that everything is functioning correctly, clean, check your electrical connections and fine-tune any of your system’s parts or ducts if necessary. At your yearly furnace service, we are able to catch any minor problems before they become future problems.
Along with the advantage of being less likely to have an unanticipated breakdown, a properly kept furnace will also work more proficiently. If you have been noticing an increase on your utility bills of late, your furnace may be at fault. A furnace in need of service has to work tougher to do its job and that can indicate an increase in energy use.
Something else to think about is your furnace’s warranty. Depending on your system, not ensuring a scheduled furnace service by a licensed professional could cancel your warranty. Manufacturers understand the importance of routine maintenance on your system’s functionality.
Forgetting your furnace service could lead to trouble down the road and it could get costly. Let us help keep your furnace off your mind. If you’ve seen any trouble with your furnace or just haven’t planned your annual furnace service yet, give us a call at (325) 692-5850.
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