Why you should invest in annual furnace service

Do you really need annual furnace service? The short answer is yes. It’s a minor investment that can help you get the most out of your system, your unit’s effectiveness, and your own comfort. Regular furnace service will also provide you something you can’t put a price on – ease.

We’re all concerned with keeping our utility bills low. An investment in furnace service can pay off every few weeks when your utility bill arrives. Annual service helps you ensure that your unit is running at peak efficiency. According to the EPA, receiving regular proactive maintenance could save you up to 30% on your energy bills.

An additional way that furnace service will save you money is by finding any minor problems before they possibly become big breakdowns, causing a call for furnace repair. Our certified technicians will examine your system to confirm that it is functioning correctly, while also carefully cleaning your system by eliminating any dirt or debris that may have been accumulating and hindering both performance and indoor air quality. Regularly planned furnace service allows our professionals to get familiar with your system, so it will be easier to spot problems down the line.

Think of your yearly service as a defense on your investment. A well-maintained furnace will face less corrosion, which means it can likely last longer. Small investments in furnace service can help protect the larger investment – your furnace. While talking about your investment, it’s imperative to note that some manufacturer’s warranties demand proof of annual furnace service when a claim is made on your warranty.

Not doing maintenance is one of the principal causes of furnace repair and failure. We want your home comfort system to last you as long asit can and run as well asit is capable. Don’t wait until a breakdown to call for service, get peace of mind today. If you haven’t set up your yearly furnace service yet, give us a call at 952-373-0377 to plan an appointment with us.

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