Tune-ups might seem like an unnecessary expense and a waste of time right now, but in the long run, they will be incredibly beneficial to your HVAC system.
What Does a Tune-Up Include?
When we come out to perform a tuneup on your HVAC unit, we will make sure that all of its parts are thoroughly inspected. The tune-up will include:
Infrared camera inspection of furnace and heat exchanger
Test ignition system and exhaust system for safe & proper venting
Test safety & control circuits for proper operation
Inspect blower motor bearings and capacitor for wear
Inspect for combustible material around the furnace
Test furnace flame
Measure and adjust gas pressure for peak efficiency
Tighten and inspect all electrical wiring
Check for proper combustion air
Test for gas leaks
Inspect inducer assembly for operation and leaks
Everything that is included in the tune-up will improve the efficiency of your system while also ensuring that it is working safely. The only worse than your heater going out in the middle of winter would be if it caused a safety hazard for you and your family.
How a Tune-Up Can Help You
When the average winter temperature is around 40 degrees, the last thing you’ll want to deal with is your heating system not working. Luckily, proactive HVAC tune-ups can help you prevent a complete system blow out. A tune-up can also help to uncover some issues with your system so that you can fix them before the temperatures begin to drop.
At Guaranteed Service, we service and provide tune-ups for all types of heating systems including gas furnaces, heat pumps, and gas boilers. No matter which system you have or how old your unit is, give us a call, and we will come out to make sure your system is up and running for the winter ahead of us.
Give us a call or check out our website for more information on the services we provide.