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Furnace Maintenance

furnace maintenance checkLike anything mechanical, furnaces require regular maintenance. We recommend a yearly tune up on your furnace every fall / winter and on your air conditioner every spring / summer. This is especially important if your system has been neglected. The build up of dirt and dust is the biggest contributing factor to furnace break down. Many times, a simple cleaning of systems components and safety sensors is enough to guarantee a trouble free season.

Furnace Maintenance Overview

During your scheduled furnace tune up, every mechanical and electrical system will be inspected and tested and compared to manufacturers specifications. Your furnace will be cleaned and anything that needs attention will be discussed with you.


For worry free, pre scheduled yearly maintenance, ask about our All-Inclusive Maintenance plan.


  • Pre scheduled fall and spring system tune ups.
  • Superior Warranties and our NO Breakdown Promise.
  • Free Calls – Always. Never pay a diagnostic fee.
  • Priority service. Invest in us and we’ll invest in you.


According to the US Department of Energy, heating and cooling your home accounts for 50% of your energy usage. That’s huge! Yearly furnace maintenance can not only increase efficiency and save you money, it will extend the life of your system. Many furnaces have been replaced prematurely due to lack of maintenance. Safety is our number one priority when it comes to annual furnace maintenance. Every furnace tune up includes a complete safety inspection to provide you piece of mind all winter long.

N.A.T.E Certified

Our crew of N.A.T.E Certified heating and cooling experts follow all industry standards to and manufacturers guidelines. We take great pride our installations and the long lasting relationships we develop with our clients.

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