Taking care of your HVAC system doesn’t take much work. Change the air filter as soon as it becomes dirty, replace the thermostat batteries when they run low, and call us for regular maintenance. If we haven’t visited your Mount Pleasant, Texas, home for furnace maintenance recently, here’s why you should give us a call.
Check for Leaks
Neglecting your furnace can result in frequent and expensive repair bills. Additionally, you might find that your furnace doesn’t last as long as it should. Preventive maintenance can slash the overall cost of using your furnace.
Leaks also cost money and put your health and even your life in danger. When we conduct preventive furnace maintenance, we check the gas lines to make sure there are no costly and dangerous leaks. That way, you can sleep easier at night; but we always recommend that you install carbon monoxide detectors and test them twice per year.
Lubricate Moving Parts
Most machinery will need regular lubrication to ensure they work efficiently. You don’t want friction to wear down your furnace’s components. Our technicians take the time to lubricate the moving parts during every preventive maintenance visit. Less wear and tear leads to a longer furnace lifespan, which helps you to save more.
It’s usually less expensive to repair a furnace when you catch the problem early. Our technicians know how to inspect every part of the furnace. If they discover a potential problem, they’ll let you know so that you can take care of it before the entire appliance shuts down. We also offer repair services, and if you join our maintenance plan, you can save money on future repairs.
Over time, fasteners can loosen within your furnace, often due to airflow and vibration. During preventive maintenance, we tighten up any connections, so they don’t come loose completely. Secure connections prevent issues that could damage the unit.
If you want to avoid replacing your furnace prematurely, don’t neglect regular HVAC maintenance. To sign up for our cost-effective, convenient maintenance agreement, call Wood Air Conditioning & Plumbing today at 903-285-6550.
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