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3 Benefits of Tuning Up Your Furnace Before It Gets Cold

You’re probably not thinking about the way your heater works just yet. But the sooner you seek service for this appliance that will be running at full force in just a short period of time, the better it will work when you need it.

Schedule a furnace tune-up today, so that you don’t have to worry about it when temperatures drop and you need your heater to be in good condition. Check out some of the benefits of this service, which we recommend scheduling annually long before the cold weather hits.

#1: You’ll be alerted to any important safety issues

A gas furnace is beneficial for most homeowners, but there are some safety concerns. While rare, especially with modern systems installed by heating technicians with plenty of experience, it is possible that a gas leak or carbon monoxide leak could threaten your family. A quality technician will check to see that your heater is operating safely before the heating season begins—ensuring proper ventilation, secure connections, and more.

#2: The furnace may perform more efficiently

A tune-up includes adjustments of some components here and there as need be. Over the years, the parts of your furnace wear down. Loose screws and other seemingly minor issues can have a major effect on the way your heater works, but a furnace tune-up helps to get everything running smoothly again. This may help you to save money on monthly bills, as a system in better shape operates more efficiently.

#3: Sudden system breakdowns are unlikely

If there’s anything wrong with your furnace, a tune-up is likely to uncover the issue so that you can get it fixed ASAP. This way, you reduce your chances of a sudden system breakdown when you need it the most.

Call Johansen & Anderson Inc for all of your heating needs in Plainfield, IL. Our experts are here to help!

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