We’re ready for fall—even if the weather isn’t quite yet. And that’s why we’re starting to perform heating maintenance visits. This is the time of year to do it: before temperatures drop and you need your heater to work properly.
But what makes a furnace tune-up such an important fall task? We’ll tell you more in this guide, but please feel free to contact our experts for more information.
Your Furnace Might Have Lost Efficiency
When’s the last time someone looked at the inner workings of your furnace? Last year? Years ago when it was installed? Chances are, your furnace is not operating as efficiently as it could. When the components run less smoothly than they are capable of, your bills are affected, as is the performance of your furnace. Some things that may cause a furnace to operate less efficiently include…
- Dirty Burners – Dirty gas furnace burners can cause delayed ignition. These will be cleaned as part of an annual tune-up if necessary.
- Dirt in the Blower – If there is dirt or debris in the blower motor/fan, it may have trouble distributing airflow properly, which means longer run times and higher bills.
- Mechanical Issues – Some mechanical issues in need of major repair may have come up over the years, and you may not realize it until it’s too late and your furnace breaks down.
Technicians will check for any major issues within your furnace and let you know if you should schedule repairs. They will also make adjustments here and there to improve overall efficiency.
A Safety Inspection Is Included
One of the most important steps of a furnace tune-up is a safety inspection. With this step, a technician checks for any potential source of a carbon monoxide leak, a gas leak, or even a fire hazard. It’s important to know that you are running your heater safely throughout the fall and winter season.
Call AAction Air Conditioning & Heating Co. Inc. for quality work at a fair price! Get your furnace tuned up in Savannah, GA today!