Among the leading
ways to reduce furnace breakdowns and make sure it runs efficiently is with yearly scheduled tune-ups on your furnace. Just like any mechanical equipment, the life of a furnace will be extended with
preventive maintenance, which ensures that all the elements of the unit are working perfectly. In addition, regular cleanings can help pinpoint issues before they become big problems. You can avoid
eventual loss of heat during the winter and high cost repairs by scheduling an annual furnace tune-up.
What Does a Furnace Tune-Up Include?
However, for maximum value, you want a service provider like
BMS Heating & Air Conditioning that offers a complete tune-up package that will verify all aspects of your furnace and venting.
Full inspection. A full visual and point review to check all the working parts of your furnace and
duct system. An experienced service technician should be able to identify any concerns or signs of excessive wear during this review.
- Lubrication. Mechanical equipment needs lubrication to prevent friction between the operating parts.
Your equipment tune-up should include a complete lubrication.
- Pilot and gas pressure evaluation. As part of your tune-up, adjustments should be made to the pilot and
gas pressure as needed to return these elements to manufacturer specifications.
- Filter replacement. A comprehensive furnace tune-up should include a standard 1” filter replacement with
your service. Most furnace filters need to be changed at least every 3 months, which can improve efficiency and prevent operational complications.
assessment. Quality HVAC companies will also give you their analysis in writing or on the receipt with your tune-up, including their professional maintenance suggestions for the
next year. This important information can help you determine the current condition of your furnace and outline ways to lower your energy bills.
This annual service can significantly improve the
performance of your furnace, plus ready you to any possible issues before you and your family wake up to a freezing house some your city evening.
ready to come to your home this winter if you need us for Heating repairs 24/7
Excess Flow Valves Installed with every furnace .
Excess Flow Valves (EFV) feature a patented excess flow technology designed to respond to gas line ruptures or disconnects at the appliance to help avert the potential for hazardous
gas build-ups in the home.
In the event of a gas line rupture or disconnect at
the appliance, the Safety+PLUS® EFVs immediately restricts gas flow to a non-hazardous level averting the potential for a dangerous release of gas into the home. Gas flow is controlled only at the
appliance where the problem exists. The valve will remain activated until the gas line is properly repaired.
- Automatic valve activation helps avert potential for hazardous gas build up.
- Automatic reset resumes gas flow only when the gas line has been properly repaired.
- Patented technology employs no parts that can wear, break or misalign over time; suffers no memory loss for continuous protection.
- Omni-directional installation – activation is not gravity dependent; therefore, can be installed vertically or horizontally.
- Multi-application compatible - Gas Ranges, Furnaces, Water Heaters , Space Heaters , Dryers, Gas Log Fireplaces & more…
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