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As tough as winters can be in the Carbon County area, it’s important to stay current with your furnace maintenance services. This means having the system professionally inspected and serviced, adjusting and replacing components as necessary to keep your furnace running efficiently and safely.
By servicing your furnace once a year, you can maximize its service life, maintain its performance, and keep your home as comfortable as possible.
During a typical furnace maintenance visit, an HVAC technician will thoroughly inspect the furnace, checking for problems that could hinder performance or cause a breakdown in the future. Basic preventive maintenance will also be done to prevent future problems. This can include:
Most manufacturers recommend furnace maintenance at least once a year. It’s often best to schedule furnace maintenance in the fall, just before the cold sets in, so you know your furnace is safe, efficient, and ready for the winter.
It’s also easier to schedule maintenance at this time, as HVAC contractors have more time available than during the busy winter season. For the best performance and longevity, a second maintenance visit can be scheduled in the spring to repair any problems that may have appeared during winter.
Most furnace maintenance should be handled by a professional, but there are a few things you can do to improve the performance of your furnace and increase its service life:
When you need an expert to provide the quality care and maintenance your furnace needs in the Carbon County area, turn to Andreas Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning. We offer furnace maintenance, repairs, and installations, and we service most major brands and models.
Our company has served Carbon County and the surrounding areas of Lehigh, Northampton, and Schuylkill counties for four generations, and we offer unprecedented honesty, integrity, reliability, and professionalism.
Call 610-377-5261 today or contact us online to schedule furnace maintenance anywhere in the Carbon County area.