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Updated: March 7th, 2019
Imagine it's the first cold night before the upcoming winter season. Your house seems a bit chilly, so you turn on the furnace and prepare to begin the heating season. About an hour later, you realize your home is not getting any warmer. It's now about 9 p.m. or so and the last thing you want is to spend the night sleeping in a cold house, and you certainly don't want to call a furnace repairman at this time of night... what do you do?
In hindsight, you remember seeing an ad somewhere a couple of months ago, around the late part of summer, around the time the kids were going back to school - an ad that suggested a pre-season furnace tune-up would be a good idea... and like so many folks, you assumed that since the furnace was working just fine at the end of last season, it would be just fine this season too.
A pre-season furnace tune-up is not something you have to have, but it is something that you should have.
Let's take a look at what to consider... a pre-season furnace tune-up will insure that when that cold night arrives, your furnace will be ready to keep you warm. A pre-season furnace tune up will save you money over a costly repair later that could have been avoided, in many cases, by early detection, and all of this can be done for a minimal amount of money in most cases, depending upon who you choose as your HVAC professional.
The next thing to consider is what you may face if a pre-season furnace tune-up is neglected. You and your family could be just fine, the furnace will fire right up and heat your home as efficiently and effectively as it has in years past... or it might not fire up at all. It may start up and heat your home, but you may see, over time, that your utility bills have risen compared to last year, and this could be due to something as simple as having your furnace checked and cleaned, because a dirty furnace will not only work less efficiently, but can lead to costly repairs, and even be a potential fire hazard.
It all comes down to a simple, yet thought-provoking analogy. Would you drive your car and never change the oil? Would you expect your kids to always be in perfect health without a regular check-up? Of course you wouldn't, and that is why you should consider a pre-season furnace tune-up today.
The saving alone just on the cost of energy that your home will consume could, and probably will outweigh the small expenditure of the tune up. According to the Department of Energy's website, Energy.gov, heating a space, such as your home, accounts for about 45% of energy bills today and make up the largest energy expense in the average U.S. home.
Something else you might also consider is that some manufacturers will require yearly maintenance in order to maintain your warranty, yet another reason to consider a simple pre-season furnace check.
Your tune-up should be performed by a licensed company and trained HVAC professionals - like us! You should expect a thorough list of all parts that are checked, oiled, cleaned, serviced and tested for proper operation and for the safety of your home and family. If filters are changed, you should expect to be able to see the old ones as well as any parts that may have needed replacing during the service call.
We're a full-service, family-owned and operated company specializing in residential heating and air conditioning services and installations. We're dedicated to helping keep our customers cool in the summer and cozy warm in the winter. We offer real 24-hour emergency furnace and air conditioner repair service, and we stock over 500 parts and pieces on each of our service trucks, so you can be sure we'll well-prepared to handle whatever the problem is. There are no after-hours or overtime fees.
We offer factory-authorized OEM repair parts and service for most manufacturers' heating and cooling equipment. We service all makes and models of gas and electric furnaces, central AC systems and heat pump systems. No matter who you purchased your HVAC equipment from, we can service it! We may not be always able to honor the warranty, but we surely can repair your unit. That's how neighbors should treat neighbors!™
- Ron The Furnace Man
We proudly offer quality service in the following counties and cities:
Ashland - Ashtabula - Carroll - Columbiana - Coshocton - Cuyahoga - Delaware - Franklin - Geauga - Guernsey - Harrison - Holmes - Jefferson - Knox - Lake - Licking - Lorain - Mahoning - Medina - Morrow - Muskingum - Portage - Richland - Stark - Summit - Trumbull - Tuscarawas - Wayne
Akron - Alliance - Barberton - Boardman - Cambridge - Canfield - Canton - Carrollton - Chardon - Cleveland - Columbus - Coshocton - Cuyahoga Falls - Dover - Elyria - Green - Lisbon - Louisville - Massillon - Medina - Millersburg - New Philadelphia - Painesville - Parma - Ravenna - Stow - Strongsville - Tallmadge - Wadsworth - Warren - Wooster - Youngstown - Zanesville
... and all points in-between!
We expertly service many furnace and air conditioning types, accessories and brands:
Central Air Systems - Electric Heaters - Gas Furnaces - Heat Pump Systems - Mobile Home Furnaces - Mobile Home Air Conditioners - Propane Furnaces
Electronic Air Filters - HEPA Air Cleaners - Humidifiers - Thermostats - Ultraviolet Lamps
Air Flow - Amana - American Standard - Arco-Aire - Armstrong - Bryant - Carrier - Coleman - Comfortmaker - Concord - Conquest - Daikin - Ducane - Franklin - GE - GMC - Goodman - Heil - Honeywell - Janitrol - Kalvinator - Lennox - Luxaire - Miller - Payne - Ruud - Tempstar - Trane - WeatherKing - Weathermaker - White-Rogers
... and many more!