As the cold weather season finally comes near an end, homeowners need to take a few simple steps to retire their furnaces for the summer. You want to make sure everything is in order for the next winter. After all, you wouldn’t want the first cold snap to be met with a heater that doesn’t function properly. Do you know what steps to take to prepare your furnace for summer?
That was a trick question. You only need to take one step to prepare your furnace for the summer months. Call us and set an appointment.
You see, there are little things you do to help maintain your furnace, like changing out the filters when necessary. However, you are probably not qualified to understand the features of your furnace that need to be inspected. Our qualified technicians will properly inspect your heating system and you can rest easy at night knowing you and your family are safe.
Many older style furnaces are void of the safety features we see on newer units. Over time, cracks can develop in furnaces that are undetectable to the eye. These cracks can allow carbon monoxide to leak into the air. Without a carbon monoxide detector, this can be a deadly occurrence. One very good reason to have a professional look over your heating system.
An in-home inspection will also expose any problems with the motor and the other components that keep your furnace running efficiently. Come next winter, you will be confident that your heating system is ready to take on the bitter cold.
Our comprehensive furnace services include checking and tuning such components as the heat exchanger, electrical connections and gas pressure. For quality heater repair, Evansville homeowners trust Brackett Heating and Air Conditioning.