As summer winds down and cooler temperatures creep in, it’s just about time to turn on your furnace or boiler. And when that happens, you need to know that your heating system can keep your family warm through fall and winter. That’s why scheduling routine furnace maintenance now is so important—it’s the difference between a safe and warm home and one that isn’t much better than being in the cold outdoors. Read on to discover how furnace maintenance protects your family and your home.
Prevent Unexpected (and Costly) Breakdowns
Our technicians follow a multi-point checklist when performing routine maintenance, including lubricating mechanical equipment and checking parts for wear and tear. This thorough inspection enables them to find and fix potential issues, such as weak or failing parts, before they cause breakdowns and cost you a lot more money in repairs down the line.
Improve Your Furnace or Boiler’s Energy-Efficiency
A heating system that is regularly cleaned and tuned has fewer issues and runs more efficiently. It won’t waste excess energy trying to compensate for internal problems, which means you’ll save money on your monthly utility bills.
Extend Your Heating System’s Life
A furnace, boiler, or other heating system is an investment you want to last as long as possible. Without regular cleanings, dirt and dust build up and force your system to work harder. It also increases the chance for breakdowns and the likelihood you will need frequent repairs. Schedule routine furnace maintenance to avoid all this trouble and help keep your heating system running efficiently for longer.
Need Your Furnace or Boiler Serviced? Leave It to Our Pros
At Martens Plumbing & Heating, we understand the difference a well-maintained heating system makes for your family and home. That’s why we service all makes and models, including Bryant® Heating & Cooling systems, with our 21-point furnace inspection. Trust us to get the most out of your furnace, boiler, or other heating system—call us today at 262-363-7146 or contact us online.