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How Can I Make Sure My Furnace Is Running Efficiently?
Thursday, December 10, 2015
Residential Furnace Inspection

What do service agreements have to do with the efficiency of my furnace?

Service agreements are just to keep a furnace from breaking, right? Actually, there’s so much more to them than that, including increasing efficiency. Here’s a rundown of some of the benefits:

Improved Furnace Performance

When your furnace is serviced every fall before heating season, you can rest easy knowing you’re going to have improved performance. Why? Because it’s going to get the TLC it needs.

Annual service includes cleaning the components, checking the airflow, checking burner operation, checking and adjusting temperature control, installing new filters, checking electrical connections, and checking and recalibrating the thermostat. When all of this is taken care of, your service tech can catch any issues before they turn into problems and will ensure your furnace is working at peak performance.

Longevity for Your Furnace

You can expect a longer life for your furnace when it gets regular maintenance with a service agreement. Why? Because something that is taken care of always lasts longer. The parts that are cleaned and adjusted will function effectively and not break down and the components that are lubricated and running properly will avoid excess friction and wear and tear. All of this equates to a longer life for your furnace.

Increased Efficiency

When your furnace is running effectively and is properly maintained, it’s going to run more efficiently. You will save money with consistent temperatures and less cycling on and off of a furnace that isn’t running right. You will use less energy because the moving parts will be clean and lubricated, and in the long run, you will save money on repairs that could have been avoided with some regular service.

Increasing efficiency is always a goal, especially when it comes to your heating system. For more information on how service agreements can benefit you this winter, contact the team at All City Heat and Air by calling 704-545-2000 or by clicking here.

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