Just like a yearly doctor visit, an annual professional inspection and tune-up of your furnace is essential. A heating system tune-up will help prevent future, more costly problems. It is highly advised that you hire a professional technician who is certified and trained in HVAC systems to perform this service.
With our affordable HVAC inspections, you will receive a full safety and performance checkup to ensure that your system will run efficiently. These checkups help prevent safety issues and future problems that could occur if left alone. At Boer Brothers Heating and Cooling, we provide comprehensive HVAC checkups in Carrboro, Durham and the surrounding areas. Our certified technicians are highly knowledgeable and professional. What is included in the recommended furnace tune ups with Boer Brothers? These are a few of the maintenance procedures that we conduct during the furnace inspection:
Look for blockages and leaks in the vent system.
Combustion gases are analyzed.
Check fresh air intakes and the blower access door.
Inspect wiring, filters and heat exchanger.
Inspect burners and drainage system.
Review amp-draw tests.
There are many additional items included in the complete inspection, and we take the time and care to ensure that furnace components have been inspected and are free of corrosion and other damage. Our technicians know exactly what to look for to find signs of potential problems and to test connections to make sure they are tight and secure. It’s easy to maintain your furnace with Boer Brothers HVAC Maintenance Plans. You will receive a detailed annual furnace maintenance tune-up with a satisfaction guarantee. Most standard warranties require this necessary annual maintenance. And it increases the efficiency of your HVAC system.
We provide comfort, health and safety for your family and business. Boer Brothers provides timely, professional service for all furnace tune-ups in the Pittsboro area. To schedule your HVAC tune-up and maintenance program call (919) 813-2556.
(Source: Are Annual Furnace Inspections Really Necessary?, http://www.startribune.com/, October 10, 2012)