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27 September 2011
Fall Furnace Tips

Every year some people wait until the cold weather before they turn on their furnace and many find that over the summer something has gone wrong and they have no heat, brrr!  We always receive a large number of service calls for furnaces on the first cold day of the fall. Take a few minutes today and turn on your system so you will be ready for the cold weather. If you have a problem, give us a call and get it fixed early.

Before starting your furnace, it's a good idea to check your filter. Clean filters help your furnace operate at its' peak efficiency.

Even if your furnace fires up like a champ, it's still a good idea to call us for a preventive maintenance tune-up. We'll adjust your system using computerized testing equipment, for peak efficiency, test and clean critical parts, and perform a potentially life saving carbon monoxide check.

If your furnace is 15 years or older, consider replacing it. An old furnace, even in good condition, may use only 60% of the available heat to warm the house. New high-efficiency furnaces can use up to 98%. New furnace fans will also reduce your electricity bills. Other benefits of new equipment's include higher property value and improved home comfort. We are happy to give you a free at-home evaluation of your heating system.

Currently, rebates are as high as $1500.00!