If your furnace isn't working well, it's time to get it checked out today! A regular maintenance schedule can help keep your system running efficiently, but the earlier you catch a problem with your furnace, the better, and we break down why.
Reduce The Chance Of Emergency Repairs
Emergency repairs are more expensive than traditional maintenance checks. Not only can the cost of an emergency repair be annoying, but remember the potential damage you can face from a faulty furnace. Fires are not only something we want to avoid for safety concerns, but financially they can be devastating as well.
Prevent Carbon Monoxide leaks
Carbon Monoxide (CO) is a poisonous gas produced by the incomplete combustion of fossil fuels. It is odorless, colorless, and tasteless. Older furnaces can potentially emit CO into your home at levels that are toxic to humans.
So what's the solution? Carbon monoxide detectors and early repairs! Carbon monoxide detectors are designed to measure the amount of carbon monoxide gas in your house and sound an alarm when they detect high levels of CO gas. If you notice that your furnace is old and trips your CO alarm occasionally, that is a repair you should NOT put off.
Improve energy efficiency
If you’re unsure whether your furnace needs to be replaced or repaired, it is important to note that the age of your unit plays a significant role in its energy efficiency. The older it is, the less efficient it will be. Newer furnaces are more likely to last longer than older ones because they use less electricity and produce fewer emissions. How can you tell if your furnace is past its peak efficiency? With a tune-up!
Not only can our team get your system sorted to spot any potential faults draining your wallet, but we can also spot potential hazardous malfunctions. On top of inspections, we can determine whether your furnace is worth investing repairs into, or if you should say goodbye to the old system and replace it with a new energy-efficient unit.
Maintains the manufacturer’s warranty
The manufacturer may not honor the warranty if you do not have your furnace repaired. In most cases, a warranty will be void if you do not repair your furnace as soon as it breaks down. It's important to remember that manufacturers are only required to provide a limited amount of assistance for specific problems with their products.
This is why you must get your furnace fixed immediately if something goes wrong; otherwise, there could be serious consequences like having to pay out-of-pocket for repairs or buying an entirely new model!
Valairco has got you covered for all your heating and HVAC needs, so don’t hesitate to give us a call today at (855) 661-3300