5 Reasons You Need A Furnace Tune-Up Before Winter

Furnace Tune-UpWe’re well into fall. And although it has felt a lot like summer lately, it’s vital to be prepared for the change in weather. With winter about to creep up on us, now is the perfect time to plan ahead for maintenance on your heating system by scheduling an annual furnace tune-up.

A professional inspection is critical for homeowners and small business owners to ensure your space is equipped with high-quality and highly-efficient heating. To meet your needs, the experts at Brown’s Heating, Cooling and Plumbing offer comprehensive maintenance and furnace tune-up services throughout Monmouth and Ocean Counties.

When is the best time to get a furnace tune-up?

Whether you rent your home, own a property or run a small business, a professional furnace tune-up should be scheduled well in advance before the cold weather arrives. While fall is an optimal choice, it’s never too late to reap the benefits.

What are the benefits of a furnace tune-up?

Some common benefits of a furnace tune-up include:

  1. Increased Efficiency. If your unit is functioning faster and with less effort on the machine’s parts, you’ll notice lower heating costs almost immediately.
  2. Enhanced Comfort. That highly efficient unit also spells out reliable, high-quality comfort levels. Whether you use an electric furnace, oil heating or gas, you’ll receive enhanced heating without those notorious cold spots.
  3. Safety. One of the most important reasons for a furnace tune-up is to ensure your heating system will work optimally all winter long. A majority of season breakdowns can be linked to the poor health of components or air flow issues; both of which can be prevented by identifying them during an inspection.
  4. Longer Lifespan. The average lifespan of a furnace (depending on the type) is around a decade. But that time all depends on whether the furnace has received regular maintenance; without it, that decade could be cut down to even just a few years. One simple annual appointment and you can protect your investment for years to come.
  5. Maintain Warranty. Most furnace warranties are contingent on if the furnace has received an annual inspection from a licensed HVAC professional.

What is done in a furnace cleaning?

When you sign up for our HVAC service agreement, you’ll receive a 10-point inspection on your furnace (and the same level of service for your air conditioner come spring).

Your fall start-up service plan covers a thorough cleaning, maintenance and adjustments of your pilot, thermocouple and burner. Our NATE certified professionals will also check (and repair/ replace if necessary) your belt and filter, adjust controls, valves and more.

Brown’s Fall Furnace Tune-Up

Catch malfunctions before they happen and keep your furnace going strong for years. To schedule a furnace tune-up with a HVAC company you can trust, contact Brown’s Heating, Cooling and Plumbing today.

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