How often should I clean my furnace or air conditioner?
Your furnace or air conditioner is the key component and "lifeblood" of your home’s comfort and safety; they are mechanical appliances that should be cleaned on a regular basis. Many manufacturers recommend yearly cleanings and tune-ups by certified technicians to ensure warranty parameter are met and that your warranty remains valid. It is also important to note that keeping your home comfort equipment in peak operating efficiency also helps you save money on your energy bills because clean, serviced equipment runs more efficiently! A dirty condenser coil on an air conditioner greatly lowers is efficiency and effectiveness. Furnace burners and the ‘carry-overs’ between them often become obstructed by dirt, moisture and rust. This can cause intermittent lockouts and uneven heat cycles - another reason why regular cleanings are important!
You can purchase a Scheduled Maintenance Plan at any time. It will ensure that you keep all your HVAC equipment working at peak performance and safety levels: Peace of mind. Talk to us today about scheduling a certified and licensed technician to clean and service your furnace, air conditioner and hot water heater.
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