If you’re a homeowner in Oswego, Yorkville, Naperville, Aurora or Plainfield (IL), you know that fall is great time of year, one of beautiful colors and comfortable temperatures.
You also know what’s right around the corner. When winter sets in and the frost begins to form, we quickly come to rely on our heating systems. A properly functioning furnace is vital to both comfort and safety in your home.
Scheduling annual heating maintenance helps ensure that your system is operating as it should. Regular furnace maintenance can help you save on utility bills, reduce or prevent costly and inconvenient repairs, and heat your home evenly during even the most brittle weather.
Air Dynamics’ NATE-certified technicians specialize in heating maintenance for all brands of furnaces, such as Carrier, Trane, Lennox and Goodman. When you schedule a maintenance visit with us, we inspect and test every mechanical and electrical component according to the manufacturer’s specifications. We also thoroughly clean your heating unit and discuss anything that needs awareness or attention.
Plus, we offer you an exclusive maintenance program packed with benefits (more on that in a moment).
Oswego, Yorkville, Naperville, Aurora, Plainfield (IL) Furnace Maintenance
Like anything mechanical, your furnace needs to be checked periodically. All of those wires and parts work hard to keep you warm! To ensure optimal performance, we recommend a yearly inspection and tune-up before winter.
This is especially important if you haven’t had heating maintenance in a while. There’s a good chance dirt and dust have been collecting in the furnace and ducts. This can compromise the heating system, including the safety sensors.
Regular furnace maintenance also contributes to keeping heated air clean and well circulated, all while helping prolong the life of your furnace. As they say, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure!
Heating Maintenance: Considering Costs and Warranties
According to the U.S. Department of Energy, heating and cooling accounts for more than 50% of energy use in the typical home. On top of that, we know from experience that many furnaces have to be replaced prematurely because of a lack of maintenance.
The website homeadvisor.com indicates the national average cost of furnace replacement is $4,238, with most homeowners spending between $2,524 and $6,071 (these figures include both parts and labor and are based on project costs reported by HomeAdvisor members).
You can see from the numbers alone how much money a modest investment in heating maintenance can save you.
Manufacturers understand the importance of furnace maintenance too. Under certain warranties, not having a unit periodically maintained by a licensed professional can void the coverage; if a furnace that was not properly cared for breaks down, the owner could be responsible for the full cost of repair or replacement.
Air Dynamics’ seasonal heating maintenance helps you better control heating-related expenses.
Maintenance Program for Oswego, Yorkville, Naperville, Aurora, Plainfield (IL)
We offer our Oswego, Yorkville, Naperville, Aurora and Plainfield customers a special All-Inclusive Maintenance (AIM) program that helps your furnace run smoothly during cold weather while contributing to lower heating costs.
As an AIM member, you:
- never pay a diagnostic fee
- receive two annual system tune-ups (spring and fall)
- save 10% on any repair
Our No Breakdown Guarantee further secures your trust in our work. If you proceed with a repair that we recommend after a furnace maintenance visit, we will guarantee the work for the following three months. Should your furnace malfunction during that time, we will return to correct it at no charge to you.
Contact Us Today
With proper, regular heating maintenance, you don’t even need to think about whether your furnace will fire up when we get hit with the first blast of Illinois chill. Ensure you enjoy a comfortable, trouble-free season. Call us at (630) 731-1550 to further discuss our furnace maintenance for Oswego, Yorkville, Naperville, Aurora and Plainfield homes.