Furnace Maintenance in San Diego is Important
We can't stress enough the importance of a furnace tune-up or addressing heating system repairs before the air starts to get chilly. San Diego homeowners typically only use their furnaces in the 2 or 3 cold winter months and tend to ignore them throughout the rest of the year. However, the summer and fall months are the best time to tune up your San Diego furnace because it inevitably needs some sort of maintenance after a long spell of constant use and then dormancy. We like to use an automobile analogy a lot. After a long road trip, your car would likely be much closer to needing a tune up or at least an oil change. Likewise, if you left your car sitting for months, it would need maintenance to perform at its best or to avoid costly repairs before hitting the road again.
Neglecting Your Furnace Can Be Dangerous
There are many dangers to running your furnace without regular maintenance. If you use a damaged or broken furnace to heat your home, there is a high likelihood that it could explode or catch fire. No joking. Regardless of guarantees that are sold along with heating system, the life of the system really depends on the frequency of use (how often and how long) and how well you maintain the heating system. Certain parts of a furnace like a thermostat, piping, gauges, and valves will eventually wear out, just like any other appliance. Beyond the serious dangers of neglecting furnace maintenance, like a fire, your furnace can become downright annoying. Failure to maintain your heating system will result in loud noises and can cause your furnace to blow cold air. If you do notice these things, call a San Diego furnace repair service as soon as possible.
Annual Furnace Safety Inspections & Tune-Ups
A neglected furnace can become virtually useless, more costly to operate and most of all, dangerous. The solution is to get on a regular maintenance schedule. We recommend a once per year, pre-season tune-up and safety inspection. If you, like many other San Diego homeowners, have ignored the existence of your furnace since last January or February, it's not too late. Check out our San Diego Furnace Tune-up Special. If you have other concerns about furnace safety, give us a call or contact us online. Ask about our VIP Service Agreement. This is a simple way to make sure all of your home's plumbing, heating and air systems are maintained regularly and grants you front-of-the-line service during busy seasons.