How To Prevent Furnace Problems With Preventative Maintenance

Is there ever a good time to lose heat? Of course not. Still, some are better than others. For example, if your furnace shuts down on a crisp, excellent autumn day, you’ll probably not panic and immediately head for the nearest hotel. But on a sub-freezing night in the dead of winter? Ouch!

To avoid that kind of unpleasantness, we urge you to have your furnace or boiler properly inspected once a year. Of course, the best time is the fall, but better in January or February than not at all.

Here’s how preventive HVAC maintenance can help you:

Preventative Maintenace Saves Energy And Money.

Heating systems don’t last forever. Older models have a shelf life of 12-15 years, while today’s higher-efficiency systems can last up to 20 years. And yet even new methods should be checked once a year to ensure maximum efficiency and energy savings.

Avoid Unnecessary Repairs With Preventative HVAC Maintenance From Pann

With an annual dose of preventive maintenance, we can make minor adjustments to prevent repair problems from arising later. That’s another way to save money.

Preventative HVAC Maintenace Helps You Stay Safe

If you have a gas furnace or boiler, you and your family are at risk of carbon monoxide leaks and accidental poisoning. As such, we thoroughly inspect your heat exchanger for any indication of a CO leak. We also check the flue to ensure combustion gasses are venting correctly.

Longer equipment life.

A regular and well-maintained system will run better and last longer than one less well-cared for.

Why take chances with your home heating system and your family’s indoor comfort? Instead, contact Pann Home Services today to schedule preventive maintenance. You’ll enjoy the added peace of mind along with all the other benefits.