Heating Maintenance Inspection And Tune-up
Comfort, Safety, Savings – now that’s something you can warm up to.
During the year, your heating system accumulates dust and dirt, making it less efficient and costing you additional money in utility bills. Add on lack of regular furnace tune-ups and maintenance, and you can count on your furnace breaking down before you can say,“Winter is here!”
It’s important to us to make sure that doesn’t happen!
Industry experts are forecasting that energy prices are going to skyrocket in the months ahead. Electric and gas rates have already risen this year and are expected to continue to rise in the future. A precision tune-up and cleaning helps your furnace run more efficiently and use less energy…saving you money. It’s the best thing you can do to guarantee a warm, worry-free, energy-efficient home through the last few weeks of Winter and into the Spring season!
Here’s what will happen:
Your F.H.Furr service technician will perform a complete 21-step precision tune-up and professional cleaning of your furnace or heating system that will take about one half hour to one hour to complete.
Your Gas Furnace Tune-Up Includes:
- Visual inspection of furnace heat exchanger
- Test for carbon monoxide presence at the furnace
- Test ignition system for safe and proper operation
- Test safety and control circuits for proper operation
- Inspect furnace for proper venting
- Inspect and clean motor air vents
- Measure temperature differences – supply and return
- Inspect and adjust fan belt tension (if applicable)
- Calibrate and level thermostat (mechanical thermostats)
- Inspect for combustible materials around furnace
- Inspect burners for debris and proper operation
- Visually inspect heat exchanger for cleanliness where accessible
- Test Furnace Flame Sensing device
- Replace customer provided filter
- Measure and adjust gas pressure for peak efficiency
- Lubricate all moving parts per manufacturer
- Measure amperage and voltage of blower motor and induced draft motor
- Tighten and inspect all electrical wiring
- Inspect for upper and lower combustion air requirements per code
- Inspect for gas leaks at the furnace
- Clean furnace exterior
An inspection ensures your equipment is operating safely and not leaking dangerous carbon monoxide into your home. Preventive maintenance also saves money by maximizing efficiency and minimizing costly breakdowns.