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3 Reasons Your Furnace Needs a Tune-Up

We recommend furnace tune-ups to any system annually. New or old, your furnace could benefit from this vital service that can restore performance and efficiency to the unit and ensure a healthier, more comfortable winter. Learn more about why your furnace needs a tune-up before it gets very cold.

#1: It Might Work Better

The fact of the matter is that your furnace is likely not to perform as well as it could this year. Why? All of the work it had to put in last year probably took its toll in ways big and small. It’s possible that a part is in need of repair, or dirty burners and other minor problems make the system run less efficiently. You’ll need an inspection to learn if there are issues in need of urgent repair. And after a tune-up, a furnace typically works a lot better.

#2: You Can Save Money

We might not need our furnaces throughout the fall and winter months like people do in other parts of the country. But when we do use them, they can end up taking up a whole lot of your budget. This is especially true if you have an older furnace or one that has not had any professional attention in several years.

A tune-up restores efficiency to a furnace. The parts run more smoothly, and you might notice the difference in your monthly utilities. In addition, you could save on repair costs, since a well-tuned furnace is less likely to break down.

#3: You Know It’s Safe

After having a professional assess your furnace, you’ll feel more confident running it throughout the coldest months and knowing your family and your home is as safe as possible. During an inspection, a professional should check for any signs that a potential carbon monoxide leak or another issue could occur. Be sure you also have working smoke detectors and carbon monoxide detectors in the home.

For all your air conditioning and heating needs in Alpharetta, GA, call the experts—Air Conditioning Experts, Inc.

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