Furnace Maintenance Today Leaves You Free Of Problems Tomorrow

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If you have an HVAC system in your home, you know it’s pretty important. If your furnace or air conditioner fails while it's cold outside, well... let's just say I don't want to be you. Unfortunately, furnaces and AC units can fail anytime and cause significant problems for homeowners. But if you're proactive about maintenance and tune-ups, you can avoid costly repairs and extend the life of your system—which is a win-win for everyone!

Avoid Paying For Frequent Repairs

Regular furnace maintenance and tune-ups can help you avoid expensive repairs. When your HVAC system isn’t properly maintained, it runs at a reduced efficiency, which means it will wear out sooner than it should and cost you more money in the long run.

Regular maintenance can also help extend the life of your HVAC system by helping keep it clean and free from debris that could clog up critical components like blower motors or filters.

Additionally, regular maintenance can help maintain the manufacturer’s warranty on parts that may need to be replaced down the road (and save you big bucks if something goes wrong). And finally, regular tune-ups are essential to reducing the risk for failure during colder months when using your heater is more frequent, so there’s even more need for consistent care!

Extend HVAC Lifespan

When you schedule a furnace maintenance appointment, you're taking an essential step toward preserving the health and longevity of your heating system. The lifespan of most models is 10-15 years, but it's possible to extend that by keeping up with regular service—and if you neglect maintenance long enough, your unit may have to be replaced sooner than expected. In some cases, this can cost thousands of dollars!

If you want to avoid such expenses and see the best results from your HVAC investment in the long run, consider scheduling annual tune-ups from a qualified technician who can identify potential problems before they develop into serious issues (and let them know if there are any issues with other components).


Maintain the Manufacturer’s Warranty

If you are fortunate enough to have a manufacturer’s warranty on your furnace, you need to know that this warranty is only valid if the unit is maintained. Suppose you want your warranty for as long as possible and not lose any of its coverage. In that case, you must maintain your furnace using a certified technician with factory training.

If you cannot do so yourself, our team can help! We offer comprehensive maintenance programs that cover all aspects of keeping your equipment running smoothly and efficiently. Plus, we offer seasonal check-ups where one of our technicians will come out and double-check everything!

How To Start Saving Today

Regular furnace maintenance is the best way to prevent expensive repairs. A failure of a furnace can lead to a lot more than just being uncomfortable in your home. It could cause property damage, health issues, and the list can go on.

The good news is that regular maintenance is easy and doesn't require any special training! Simply follow these steps to stay on top of it:

  • Regularly clean out the vents in your home. Pay special attention to corners, where dust tends to collect most easily.

  • Please replace and clean your air filters every two to three months!

  • Schedule annual service calls from our professionals who specialize in HVAC systems so they can perform routine inspections of essential parts like sensors or motors.

B & J Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc. is ready to help with any HVAC service repair when you call our team today at (252) 512-5651