Why Get a Furnace Tune-Up

Do you find yourself frequently without heat? Are you tired of paying excessively high utility bills? Is your furnace failing to keep up with the demanding winter weather.  If you answered yes to any of these questions, your furnace is probably in desperate need of a tune-up. This is an affordable yearly service that has many benefits for your gas furnace and your wallet.
  • 1. SAVE MONEY AND ENERGY:
    A clean heating system operates more efficiently and uses far less energy than one that has not been properly maintained. Having your heater cleaned every year will help you keep more money in your pocket while you do your part to decrease your carbon footprint on this planet.
  • 2. INCREASE COMFORT:
    Dirt buildup within the furnace can obstruct the flames from burning as hot as they should. This will decrease your comfort as you wait forever for your furnace to meet the temperature you need. We will scrub down your burners and the rest of the heating system, so you can enjoy reliable comfort all winter long.
  • 3. PREVENT BREAKDOWNS:
    90% of furnace breakdowns can be traced back to a lack of regular maintenance. Avoid the inconvenience and cost of frequent breakdowns, and have us clean your furnace yearly.
  • 4. INCREASE LIFESPAN:
    The better you care for your furnace, the longer it will last! Our Nate certified maintenance technicians will clean, and inspect your system to prevent the need for premature replacement.

Furnace Tune Up – Points of Service Checklist

Oil $205   |   Gas or Electric $99

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  • Clean furnace or boiler
  • Check chimney base
  • Clean and check pilots
  • Adjust pilot
  • Check Thermocouple
  • Clean burners
  • Adjust burners
  • Check fan belts
  • Check amperage draw
  • Change or clean filters
  • Change burner nozzle (oil burners)
  • Change oil filter (oil burners)
  • Clean oil pump screen
  • Check safety devices
  • Check heat anticipators
  • Check thermostat contacts
  • Check limit control
  • Inspect combustion chamber
  • Check blower wheel
  • Check blower motor and lube
  • Check furnace wiring
  • Check for combustion air
  • Check hot water tank
  • Check gas valve operation
  • Test for gas leaks
  • Check humidifier
  • Check electrical connections
  • Inspect heat exchanger for leaks
  • Check motors and oil if necessary
  • Check any/all accessories
  • Check and secure all panels
  • Check thermostat