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Why Should I Get A Tune-Up?
1. Avoid heating problems this winter.
There’s never a good time to have your furnace break down, but you certainly don’t want it to happen in the middle of winter! A furnace tune-up will ensure your furnace is running as smoothly as possible and help prevent unexpected problems when you need to heat your home the most.
2. Catch small problems before they become BIG problems.
The longer you ignore a problem with your furnace, the worse it will tend to get. Often times, unattended problems will leave you with higher operating costs as well as more expensive repairs. During a tune-up, we’ll check for any problems — big or small — that your heating system might be experiencing and take care of them before they get worse.
3. Improve comfort levels in your home.
The whole reason you have a heating+cooling system in your home is to keep you and your family comfortable. Without an annual tune-up, your furnace will likely develop inefficiencies and problems that make it difficult to heat your home the way you want it to.
4. Lower your utility bills.
A tune-up will bring your furnace up to its peak operating efficiency. This will allow your unit to consume less energy and keep your utility bills under control. The earlier in the year you get your tune-up, the more you can take advantage of these lower operating costs.
5. Extend the life of your unit.
Furnaces that have annual tune-ups last much longer than poorly-maintained systems. By having your furnace tuned-up every year, you can add years to its operating life and increase the value of your investment in your system.
6. Maintain Manufactures or Home warranty.
If your furnace is under the manufactures warranty or you have a home warranty policy it is especially important to get an annual tune-up done. Most manufacturers and warranty plans stipulate that their warranty becomes void if the unit is not regularly maintained. A tune-up satisfies that requirement to maintain your warranty.