Get Ready For The Cold Weather With Furnace Maintenance And Repair


If your residential heating system has been off for the last couple of months, it's time to get your system serviced before the heating season begins. As the cold weather starts to approach, you may already find that you need to turn on your heat once in awhile to get the chill out of your home. Before you need to rely on your heating system daily, call to have your system serviced. You are going to be able to identify any furnace repairs that need to be made, and your system will run more efficiently. With clean filters, inspected air ducts and a lubricated furnace, you'll be ready to heat your home when the cold weather hits.

The Efficiency of Your Furnace

Your furnace will be checked for efficiency. Your furnace should last at least 15 years, and longer when you take time to have your system maintained. If your furnace turns on but doesn't produce heat, or it cycles on and off quickly without warming up the home, you are going to need furnace repair services. You may have problems with the thermostat, or pilot control problems. Your technician will look over your furnace carefully and recommend any repairs that are needed.

Your Heating System and Maintenance

Your heating system will go through an inspection when you call for routine maintenance. This includes changing your air filters, measuring the efficiency and looking at all the duct work for leaks. Maintenance should be done before the heating season is in full swing to avoid an emergency breakdown of your system. While you can't prevent every emergency, you can limit the number of times you will need to call for an emergency residential heating repair when your system is serviced early in the season.

How to Help Your Heating System

When it comes to keeping your home warm, pay attention to the air flow, as this promotes a more even temperature. Use the sun during the hottest part of the day to help warm rooms by opening up curtains, and make sure that your heating vents aren't blocked by any furniture. Don't turn your system down too low at night or when you leave for the day, because it will need to work extra hard to warm your home back up.

Get prepared for the upcoming cold weather by having your heating system serviced. If any repairs are necessary, your technician will talk to you about what is needed to keep your system running well.


17 September 2019

preparing your furnace for winter

I know it can be difficult to make yourself think about getting your furnace running when the skies are sunny and the temperatures are hovering around 90, but it is the best time for you to think about your heating system. Getting ahead of the winter preparation game will help to save on the cost of the repairs because the need for furnace maintenance is usually at a low during the fall season. This blog will show you what you can do to prepare your furnace for winter and when you should hire a professional HVAC technician to take care of it for you.