By regularly scheduling heating and cooling maintenance service visits, you are adding additional years of life to your systems.
Before your Maintenance service call with a technician:
If you can, identify the manufacturer and model number of your equipment to your technician. It is very helpful to know your equipment information ahead of time, but if you are not sure you should not try to open any equipment yourself.
During technician service:
The HVAC technician will perform a complete system check. We will inspect all parts of a system, clean it, and perform routine maintenance specific to your system.
A routine HVAC maintenance service call may include:
Inspecting main HVAC components
Checking for adequate air flow
Inspection of refrigerant lines
Clearing drain lines and pans
Inspecting exterior fan
Tightening electrical connections
Inspecting system controls
Inspecting and lubricating moving parts
Replacing parts that are showing wear and tear
Replacing air filters
Checking electrical connections
Steady airflow is crucial for indoor comfort. If you think you may have poor airflow, talk to your technician about checking ductwork. If we discover that your ductwork is leaking, we may recommend duct sealing.
Follow Up: Routinely servicing your systems by a licensed professional HVAC technician is just as important as taking your car to a mechanic for oil changes and maintenance. If you are interested in a possible extended service contract or agreement, talk to your technician about setting up a maintenance agreement. This is where the customer agrees to pay a set fee for routine maintenance to extend the life of your HVAC equipment.
If you are unsure the age of your furnace, you can find this information on the owner’s manual or by looking up the system’s model number that is on the furnace or boiler. The average lifespan of a furnace is 15-20 years. This depends on how the system was taken care of (do you get a yearly tune up? Change your filters?) and also can depend on how it was previously installed. A furnace that was not installed correctly, may not last as long.
Think it might be time to retire the old furnace? We offer FREE estimates. Andrew, the owner, will come to your home, look over your current system and discuss your wants and needs. You will ALWAYS get an honest answer about if he thinks it is time to upgrade. He will work on a proposal for your new system and it will be sent to you within the week.
Give Andrew a call/text at 715-580-0741 or an email at NorthlandProHVAC@gmail.com
Did you know that 75% of no heat calls are because of a lack in proper maintenance?
Why should you schedule a yearly furnace tune up?
Just like your car or any other expensive equipment, your furnace needs maintenance to keep operating for many years. A neglected system has to work overtime to keep your home conditioned and can cause failure. A tune up can also help improve energy efficiency and lower your utility bill. A yearly tune up is recommended to support the lifetime of your HVAC system.
What do they check when doing a furnace tune up?
First thing we do is a good cleaning of your system. A technician will adjust the parts and mechanism inside your furnace if necessary to catch any potential problems before they escalate. Other things we do during a tune up may include:
Test safety switches and limit switches
Inspecting ignition system
Checking heat operations
Cleaning the burners
Inspecting electrical connections
Change air filters
Schedule a furnace tune up today!
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