You should perform regular maintenance on your furnace just like you would your car. To ensure that your furnace is running safely and efficiently, the experts at Mountain Air Conditioning & Heating recommend that you have your furnace inspected before you turn it on for the season.
For furnace maintenance service in the Washington Terrace, Utah area contact Mountain Air today, at 801-416-2215.
Annual Furnace Maintenance
If you live in the Washington Terrace area, performing regular maintenance on your furnace will prolong the life of your heating system. If your furnace is not running properly it can drastically reduce its efficiency which can cost you hundreds of dollars on your energy bills. Not to mention if your furnace is leaking carbon monoxide, your entire family could be at risk for serious health problems. If you neglect your furnace it can result in expensive repairs or worse, deadly consequences. Also, it’s important to remember that some manufacturer’s warranties will void if the furnace is not properly taken care of.
What Does Your Furnace Inspection Include?
We want to make sure that you have a full-functioning furnace for when the temperatures begin to drop in. Mountain Air’s furnace maintenance service in the Washington Terrace area includes:
- Performing routine diagnostics
- Changing or cleaning air filters
- Checking airflow from the furnace, air ducts, and vent pipes
- Checking to make sure that the thermostat controls are functioning properly
- Cleaning the motor and fan
- Inspecting the fan belts
- Cleaning the burners
- A complete safety check for carbon monoxide (CO)
Heating Services in Washington Terrace, Utah
Regular maintenance is vital for a full-functioning furnace. An annual tune-up by the HVAC professionals at Mountain Air ensures efficient heating, lower energy bills and increased furnace lifespan while also reducing the risk of carbon monoxide poisoning. We also offer maintenance agreement packages for prepaid routine services. Contact us today for furnace maintenance, repair and replacement in the Washington Terrace, Utah area.