The last two years have been polar opposite when it comes to cold weather. In the winter of 2010/11, we experienced more snow and school closings due to the weather than we can remember. The winter of 2011/12…what winter? Didn’t fall just turn into spring? It just goes to show how unpredictable the weather can be. The state of Georgia has some of the most unpredictable weather most of the time anyway, so I’m sure this is no surprise to you.
Preventative maintenance is important so you’re ready for those cooler/COLD days. Who wants to turn their furnace on during the first thirty degree night and find it not working? What a mess that would be. Cold, stressed, loss of sleep – all when it could have been prevented!
Our annual service agreement customers know the value of this service. They enjoy the following benefits:
- 15% off all repairs
- Priority service
- 2-4 maintenances per year at a reduced savings over a regular tuneup
- Peace of mind
- Potential problems spotted before trouble and major expenses occur
- Extended equipment life
- Lower utility bills
- 2 year price guarantee
- Emergency after hours service that will not be charged at overtime rates
After all that – who wouldn’t take advantage of this service?
Having annual maintenance performed on your furnace is more about peace of mind than anything else. When done properly, maintaining your system will save you money on energy bills, prolong the life of your equipment and protect your overall investment. Heating and air conditioning systems are very expensive. With preventative maintenance, problems can be discovered before serious damage is done. Not only that, issues can be discovered and dealt with instead of your unit breaking down in the middle of winter. You take your car for regular oil changes and tune-ups so you won’t have a break-down when you need it…sound familiar? Your heater is similar to this.
Considering how we Georgian’s can’t STAND the cold weather – this maintenance should be right up there with your most important ‘to-dos’.
Our maintenance includes, but is not limited to the following points:
- Cleaning and adjusting the burner assembly
- Setting the burners for proper combustion and ignition
- Cleaning the ignition assembly
- Checking and cleaning heat exchanger or elements
- Monitor the flue draft
- Check gas pressure
- Cleaning furnace housing
- Change standard size air filter
Once the maintenance on your furnace is complete, the air quality in your home should improve. Since the furnace won’t have to struggle as hard, money will be saved on the energy bill.
We have been serving Coweta and Fayette counties since 1994!