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Now Is a Good Time to Schedule Furnace Maintenance

We know what some of you are going to think when you read the title of this post. My furnace? It’s still so hot out! That may be true during the daytime, but we’re willing to bet that you’ve noticed the nighttime temperatures dipping lower and lower lately. In the coming weeks, the temperature at night will consistently dip into the 50’s. There is no denying that cooler weather is on the way, and your furnace in Holly Springs, NC must be prepared.

How does one go about preparing their furnace for the heating season, though? Well, it requires much more than simply replacing the air filter and dusting the cobwebs off the casing. Fortunately for you, our technicians are here to handle the job properly, every step of the way. Our furnace maintenance services are truly comprehensive, and will help you to heat your home with the efficiency and reliability that you deserve during the coldest time of the year.

If you use a gas furnace, we will check and clean the system’s automatic controls. We’ll lubricated all moving parts as needed, test gas pressure, assess the burner for proper operation, clean the flame sensor, measure the amperage draw, vacuum the unit out, check the blower tension, and more.

Electric furnaces require many of the same steps. Electrical resistance coils will also be cleaned, electrical controls checked, connections tested, and supply voltage measured. As you can see, this level of maintenance is far beyond the capabilities of the average homeowner.

It’s not beyond our heating technicians, though. We excel in the meticulous maintenance of furnaces, and that means that we can help you to get the best performance that yours has to offer. Only when every component of your system is satisfying its role properly can you expect your system to function at peak efficiency and performance levels, after all.

Let Ideal Services Heating & Cooling get your furnace ready for another season of service.

 

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