An HVAC service contract can be a very cost-effective way to make sure your system is properly maintained and to have someone on call when things go wrong. They often include yearly inspections of both your furnace and A/C, discounts on major repairs, and preferred scheduling status when you have problems during the busy season. Click here to view our service agreement.
- Inspect the exhaust outlets: If your heating system isn’t expelling its exhaust properly, a dangerous buildup of carbon monoxide or other gases may result. During a seasonal maintenance tune-up, the chimney flue or vent stack should be checked to ensure there’s no corrosion, leaks or back drafting.
- Check fuel lines and connections, burners and heat exchangers: Leaky or disconnected fuel lines or connections present both a safety risk as well as make a system less efficient overall. Burners with accumulations of soot and cracked heat exchangers also compromise a system’s energy efficiency.
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