It’s National Fire Prevention Week – Why Furnace Maintenance is Vital For Your Home
It’s National Fire Prevention Week. Because we take pride in faithfully serving our customers to the highest degree, Shadrach Plumbing & Cooling is reminding you to get your furnace maintenance scheduled now. Even though winters in the Fountain Hills, Arizona are mild, there are still chilly nights that call for turning on heat.
You don’t want to be stuck, needing a furnace repair in the middle of the night. Annual furnace maintenance delivers peace of mind knowing your furnace has been thoroughly checked and is ready to run safely and efficiently whenever you turn it on.
Furnace maintenance is an important part of overall home maintenance and should always be completed by a trained HVAC professional, like those employed by Shadrach. Neglecting it can not only leave you cold and uncomfortable, but it may also mean putting your loved ones at risk or losing your material possessions. Of course, these are the most important reasons to schedule annual furnace maintenance, but there are other considerations, too.
WHY ANNUAL FURNACE MAINTENANCE SHOULD BE AT THE TOP OF YOUR FALL TO DO LIST
- HVAC experts will confirm that having your furnace checked and cleaned annually is the surest way to keep your heating system running efficiently, safely and at its best.
- During your annual furnace inspection, a Shadrach technician will perform a comprehensive check of your heating system and repair any broken or malfunctioning parts.
- Most HVAC equipment manufacturers require regular maintenance to keep warranties valid. Should your furnace need a major repair, you could save big money in the long run.
- Regular service will likely extend the life of your furnace, allowing you to avoid prematurely replacing your heating system.
To help you keep your furnace operating optimally, Shadrach Plumbing & Cooling offers Maintenance Agreements to our valued customers. Don’t assume your furnace is good to go. Call Shadrach today to schedule furnace maintenance now.