Fall is here, and that means winter is just around the corner. Indianapolis winters can be long and quite cold. Make sure your family is ready with a little bit of fall furnace maintenance. By having your heating system inspected and repaired now, you can avoid costly breakdowns and inefficiencies all winter long.
Protecting Your Family
Furnaces can represent a variety of risks to your family. Not only can they emit poisonous carbon monoxide, but they can also create a fire risk. Proper maintenance lessens these risks, because your HVAC technician will inspect all of these areas to ensure your family is safe.
Protecting Your Furnace
You’ve heard that an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure, and this is very true when it comes to your furnace. Regular furnace maintenance allows your trusted contractor to check your system, inside and out, to ensure it is working well. Often you can avoid a costly repair with a little attention to detail and maintenance before the heavy heating season begins. Your fall furnace maintenance check will test everything from the fan belts to the oil bearings and dampers to ensure your furnace is not facing any serious problems.
Ensure Efficient Operation
Finally, maintenance service checks, which are not very expensive, can improve the efficiency of your system. Your service technician will check for efficiency problems, like clogged furnace filters and leaky air ducts, and recommend the steps to take to fix the problem. The end result is substantial energy savings for your family.
You can have a maintenance check at any point in the season, but scheduling one in the fall before you start using your furnace heavily makes the most sense. Avoid the rush and ensure that your furnace is ready for the Indianapolis winter. If you have further questions about furnace maintenance, contact the team at Mowery Heating, Cooling and Plumbing, your source for experienced HVAC service and repair.
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