Our 24 Point furnace tune up is a thorough calibration and cleaning of your heater or furnace. This service will increase the effectiveness of your furnace as well as extend the life of the furnace unit. Our furnace tune up service is risk free. If you don’t see a decrease in your heating bills in the next year after our tune up service, we will refund 100% of the cost of the service to you, no questions asked.
Our tune up service and professional cleaning restores your unit to near factory fresh condition. The furnace tune up service consists of these 24 individual operations:
- Run test the furnace
- Inspect interior of the furnace for rust or mold.
- Inspect exterior of the furnace
- Safety check furnace heat exchanger with probe
- Test all furnace safeties
- Test blower motor amperage
- Clean burners
- Inspect flue and exhaust port for obstructions
- Audit blower operation
- Run Safety Check on Compressor
- Adjust wiring compartment tightening and checking connections on furnace
- Calibrate thermostat to ensure proper operation
- Provide instruction on maintenance
- Safety check condenser fan blades.
- Complete supply and return plenum Inspection
- Test contactors for burned or pitted contacts
- Water heater connection inspection
- Inspect service valves for proper operation/ leaks
- Check for carbon monoxide detectors
- Remove and clean existing air filters
- Measure temperature difference in supply/return
- Inspect humidification system if applicable
- Search combustion air vents for leaks and obstructions
- Provide Excellent Customer Service
All common manufacturers and utility services recommend a preventative maintenance service be performed on a furnace unit at least once a year to prevent costly breakdowns and unnecessary wear and tear.
Furnace units (much like car engines) work by moving air with mechanical means and heating components. It is important to make sure that your heating system be properly calibrated, lubricated and cleaned in order to prevent breakdowns and increase furnace efficiency. Here is an article on Angie’s list that may also help you as a homeowner on how to protect your furnace for the winter