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Furnace & Heater Maintenance

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Furnace System Maintenance

 

Furnaces require routine maintenance to maximize performance, maintain efficiency and ensure safety. Most heating systems should be inspected by an expert every fall to ensure that the system is operating correctly and safely. Our Total Comfort Tune-Up is a professional cleaning, adjustment and safety check that is performed on all types of heating equipment to help maintain peak performance, safety and reliable operation.

 

Keep your furnace working properly to keep energy costs low!

 

Here are some steps you can take every fall to keep your furnace running safely and efficiently all season long:

 

Check Vents

Check to make sure your vents are all clear. Any blockages will cause the furnace to run inefficiently.

 

Make Sure Thermostat is Working Properly

If your thermostat is malfunctioning it will throw off the entire system.

 

Check for Gas Leaks

If you notice the smell of gas, or if any connections seem worn or damaged call a technician for repair before turning on the furnace.

 

Clean Air Filter Every Two Months

Change the air filter at the start of the season, and continue to change it once or twice a month (depending on your system.)

 

Schedule Your Yearly Tune-Up

 

Our Total Comfort Tune-Up Includes:

 

  • An inspection of all your furnace's components.
  • A professional cleaning.
  • Any needed control adjustments.
  • A complete safety check to ensure safe and reliable operation for the entire season.

 

Request Service

Call us at 480.834.6868 to schedule an appointment today.

 

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Aire Serv® of Red Mountain

Serving Red Mountain and the Surrounding Communities including:

Phoenix, Mesa, Scottsdale, Tempe, Fountain Hills, San Tan Valley, Queen Creek, Apache Junction, and Gold Canyon.