Autumn is the perfect time to winterize your home. These chores could include general maintenance or once-per-year assignments to prepare your home for the upcoming cold weather such as cleaning your gutters or insulating your windows. But there’s another chore that should be on the top of your list to help winterize your home – a Furnace Tune Up from Bigham’s One Hour Heating & Air.
It’s always a good idea to run your furnace before the cold sets in to make sure it’s working properly. Even if your furnace is working fine, an annual tune up is beneficial for many reasons.
Keep Your Home Warm & Energy Efficient
Think about your car. When you change your car’s oil on a regular basis it runs better and lasts longer. If you put off regular maintenance, your car’s performance will suffer and you may have bigger problems down the road. The same rings true with your furnace. With so many moving parts, it’s essential to have a regular furnace tune up just like you would with your car.
There are many benefits of regular maintenance. For one, it can save you money. When your furnace is running at peak performance, you’ll have maximum energy efficiency, meaning that very little heat is lost. Keeping your HVAC system running properly will help lower energy bills in the winter.
When your furnace is running great, you can rely on it for the entire winter. HVAC experts say 75 percent of no-heat calls in the winter are related to a lack of maintenance. Repair bills or the cost of a new HVAC system are way more expensive than having routine maintenance performed. Check out our Special Offers & Coupons for more ways to save on seasonal air conditioning and furnace tune ups.
What’s Included in a Furnace Tune Up?
When you schedule your seasonal tune up, you can expect one of our expert technicians to perform all of the following tasks to make sure your furnace is running optimally:
- Full furnace inspection
- Ductwork inspection
- Air filter change, if necessary
- Lube, clean, and service mechanical parts
- Clear heating system of debris and rust
- Check heat exchanger for signs of damage or corrosion
- Reset pilot and gas pressure to manufacturer’s recommended settings
How Often Should I Get My Furnace Tuned Up?
A furnace tune up should be performed once a year, typically in the fall before the arrival of cold weather. If you have trouble remembering to call for maintenance, then sign up for our service club, and we’ll remember for you!
As a club member, we’ll schedule regular service with you so you never neglect your HVAC system. If your heating system needs repaired and you’re a member of our service club, you’ll be moved to the top of the list. Bigham’s One Hour Heating & Air Conditioning is so confident in our services that if your system breaks down while you are covered by our maintenance agreement, the next six months of your membership is free.
Schedule Your Furnace Tune Up With Bigham’s Now
Whether you last had your furnace inspected last year or 10 years ago, it’s a good idea to schedule your annual Furnace Tune Up with Bigham’s One Hour Heating & Air Conditioning. Fall is the perfect time to make sure that your furnace works before it breaks down in the winter and leaves you in the cold.