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Get a Furnace Tuneup Before Cold Weather Arrives

Why schedule a furnace tuneup in advance, before problems pop up?

Keep Your Family Safe and Warm

Having a furnace fail in the middle of the coldest night of the year is miserable to think about, but it can happen. When your furnace is taxed to the limit and it’s not prepared to work overtime, it can fail. Keep your family safe and warm by having licensed experts double-check that everything is running smoothly, reducing the chance of being left with no heat.

Achieve Optimum Energy Efficiency

A furnace tuneup can help ensure your HVAC system is operating at maximum energy efficiency. This will save you money, especially if you’re the type who likes to keep your home warmer than most.

Repair Minor Issues Before They Escalate

If the blower isn’t clean, it can affect the fan motor. If the system is overheating, it could crack the heat exchanger. There are so many small problems that contribute to huge issues. These small problems are inexpensive to repair, and if they’re caught in time, can help you avoid higher costs later.

Maintain Warranty Coverage

When you replaced your furnace last, you probably received a manufacturer’s warranty valid for a set number of years, with exceptions. Most manufacturers require homeowners to schedule a regular furnace tuneup at least once a year to keep the warranty valid.

Abiding by these requirements can save you money if the system fails early and must be replaced. You will be able to prove you did all you could to keep your furnace in good working order. And what better time of year to plan for a furnace tuneup than right before your system is about to be put to use daily?

Call Connectionz

Connectionz Plumbing, Heating & Air is a local Utah furnace service team you can trust. The top three characteristics that set us apart from the competition is our wide breadth of experience, our dependability and our budget-friendly prices. When you want an affordable, comprehensive furnace tuneup, you know who to call.