Increasing the lifespan of your furnace and air condition by 50%.
On top of that, for an appliance that runs on natural gas, carbon monoxide leak is also a pretty large concern for many people, which is why families keep a CO detector in the basement. During our maintenance, we use precision tools capable of detecting very small leaks that will not trigger your carbon monoxide detector. We also perform a list of other tasks during the maintenance visit, you can read about them below.
Cleaning the condensate drain and trap
Cleaning inside of the furnace cabinet
Changing or cleaning furnace filter (New filter doesn’t supply)
Checking motor windings for the accumulation of dust which may cause overheating, and cleaning as necessary
Safety test for carbon monoxide (CO)
Safety check for fire and explosion hazard
Inspecting for hazardous debris
Retrieve stored fault codes
Checking for blockage and/or leakage in the flue pipe system.
Blower motor assembly, cleaning, and calibration
Checking thermostat operation and battery level
Measuring airflow and temperature
Full cycle testing for the furnace
Checking for proper ignition, burner flame, and flame sense on burners
Checking electrical connections for tightness and/or corrosion in the wiring system.