Before the temperatures drop, its essential that you make an appointment with Air and Heat Service Co. for preventative maintenance for your heating system. Without annual cleaning, inspection and troubleshooting, equipment can wear itself out quickly, send utility bills unnecessarily high, and even pump deadly carbon monoxide into your home. When you count on the professionals from Air and Heat Service Co. to handle the upkeep of your heating system, we take the best possible care of your comfort. Through extensive experience, in-depth training, and the most sophisticated tools, our qualified technicians will ensure consistent and rewarding performance from your equipment.
Whether you rely on a heat pump, furnace, boiler, or some other method of heating, it’s better not to put off service until you’re confronted with a sudden breakdown. A clean, well-adjusted heating system will cost much less in fuel, resist problems, and provide longer service life. When compared to the price and inconvenience of emergency repairs in the middle of the night, or even the cost of replacing your heater, proactive maintenance is cheap and simple.
Every manufacturer of furnaces, heat pumps, and boilers recommend annual inspection and tuning by a qualified HVAC technician. They also stipulate yearly maintenance within the warranty agreement. Any damage that is the result of improper service will not be covered by the warranty. When you call for comprehensive service from Air and Heat Service Co., our licensed technicians will perform a complete system checkup and cleaning, uncovering any areas of concern. By scheduling service in the fall, time is allowed for replacement of any worn or broken parts. Air and Heat Service Co. relies on Factory Authorized Parts to restore system longevity and efficiency.
The older the heating system, the more important it is that you remain diligent about yearly service. While newer gas furnaces come standard with safety features that terminate operation when a problem is detected, older furnaces have no such protection. Over years of service, the furnace can suffer small cracks in the combustion chamber. While these imperfections may not be visible to the naked eye, they can potentially leak carbon monoxide into breathing air.
A furnace that is not operating in peak condition can be a serious health risk. Carbon monoxide is a colorless, tasteless, odorless gas, and a natural byproduct of incomplete combustion. Although every gas furnace produces some carbon monoxide, it is carried away from the home through venting. A well-maintained, efficient burning gas furnace generates very small quantities of carbon monoxide. By comparison, a neglected, inefficiently burning system can produce deadly amounts. The best protection is through regular, professional service from Air and Heat Service Co..
Our NATE-certified technicians have verified their understanding and knowledge of heating and cooling equipment and technology through industry recognized, specialized exams. Your comfort is our concern.