Did you know that it’s a good idea to get your furnace looked at at least once a year? Just like you have your car tuned up or your oil changed, your furnace works better with regular maintenance. This also allows us to find any problem with the furnace so we can fix them now, rather than having to repair the while you shiver this winter.
When Do I Need Furnace Service?
It’s a good idea to have your furnace serviced once or twice a year, usually just before you turn it on for the cool season and just after you turn it off in the spring or the summer. This allows us to keep it running as well as possible for as long as possible.
If you only choose to service yours once a year, it’s a good idea to do it in the fall before you start using it. Here are some other times when furnace service is a great idea.
- Your furnace is older. Older furnaces are more likely to break down, and we are more likely to catch problems in these before they cause a breakdown if we look at the furnace a couple of times a year.
- You don’t know when your furnace was last serviced, or it was more than a year ago. Regular visits help prolong the life of your furnace. If you don’t know when someone last took a look at yours, call us and we’ll get out to you soon.
- Your furnace is under warranty. Some furnace manufacturers want you to have your furnace serviced once or twice a year in order to maintain your warranty as valid. We know who these manufacturers are and how to perform service according to their specifications. Let us come out and help you keep your warranty valid.
No matter your reason for wanting furnace service, call us today to schedule an appointment. We’ll send out a highly-trained, professional HVAC technician who will test, examine, and let you know if there’s anything you need to be aware of with your unit. If it needs repair, we’ll help you get that done quickly, so your furnace is ready whenever you need to use it.
A working furnace is essential in the Puget Sound area, and we will help you keep yours running this year and for years to come!