Originally published Oct. 25, 2019, updated Jan. 24, 2022.
With winter temperatures in the Evansville, Indiana, area, you want to know that you can count on your furnace to keep the house warm. Regular maintenance by a professional HVAC technician is critical to keeping your furnace running safely through the winter.
Our HVAC technicians have the training and the knowledge to make sure that your furnace is working the way it should. They can clean the unit, inspect all of the components, and check the filters. Worn or damaged parts can decrease the efficiency of the unit and increase your heating costs. Regular maintenance will help save you money.
Extend the Life of Your Furnace
Regular maintenance will help keep all the components working and in good shape. This results in a unit that will keep working for a longer period of time. An inspection also ensures that the furnace runs at its maximum efficiency. Buying a new furnace is a significant investment, so extending the life of your current furnace can help save you money.
Help Keep You Safe
Having the furnace inspected before the winter season is ideal, however, if you missed maintenance in the fall, scheduling one now will keep you and everyone living in your home safe. If there are any problems with the unit, it can lead to a dangerous gas leak. Carbon monoxide leaks are also a problem with furnaces that are not running properly. We will inspect the unit for any signs of leaks or any potential safety hazards.
Maintain Your Warranty With Regular Inspections
Most furnaces offer a 10-year or longer warranty, but they can often run for much longer than this. If you need to replace your unit and it is still under warranty, the manufacturer may ask for service records or proof that you took care of the unit.
Call OnTIME Service today to schedule your furnace inspection if you missed your regular maintenance or if your furnace doesn’t seem to be running as well as it should. One of our service experts will help you set up a time that works best for you.
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