Now that the summer heat has come to an end, Dayton residents can sit back and enjoy the comfortable fall temperatures. While admiring the leaves as they change colors and spending time around the bonfire with friends and family, your furnace is probably one of the very last things that will cross your mind. However, now is the time to give a little extra attention to your heating system.
When the first frigid night of the season finally arrives, the last thing you want to find out is that your heat is not working as it should. To make sure everything is in proper running order when the time comes, it is important for homeowners to have a furnace inspection completed beforehand. A little planning ahead can keep you and your family comfortable during winter and help protect your heating system.
Just like you need regular appointments at the dentist to prevent small issues from turning into major problems, your furnace requires tune-ups as well. In fact, it is actually recommended that you have your heating system inspected each year. Our experienced staff members can make sure that your furnace will operate correctly and efficiently once you turn on the heat inside of your home.
What exactly happens during a furnace inspection? The technician will perform a thorough visual inspection to make sure that everything looks normal and none of the major pieces are broken, damaged or corroded. Minor issues will be addressed as well to prevent them from leading to more substantial problems later on. The technician will also check the thermostat controls to verify they are providing correct readings. Once everything has been inspected, the furnace will also be cleaned and lubricated to ensure that all of the components work together during the cold weather to keep you and your family warm.
The unfortunate reality is that there are many homeowners who neglect to take care of their heating systems. However, a quick maintenance check now can save you time, hassle and money later on this winter. Contact us today, and let the A-Abel team check the furnace inspection off your list of things to get done before winter arrives.