Heating System Tune-up before winter
Regular heating tune up rate is $79. Promotional rate period is from September 15 to November 30.
Is Heater Tune-up necessary?
Yes, yes, yes – your heating system doesn’t operate at its best when neglected and worn down. Tune-Up is a kind of routine inspection of all HVAC system components. If tech discovers problems during tune up, we will make recommendations for needed repair, maintenance procedure or replacement.
If you ask yourself, “Why Do I need Tune-up?”, here are some of the reasons why:
- Improve operating efficiency, which can reduce your home heating costs
- Identify minor issues to help avoid big and costly failures later
- Enhance the safety of your system and your family by early detecting and addressing gas/carbon monoxide leaks
- Maintain manufacturer warranty/home warranty coverage because lack of maintenance voids a warranty on the unit
Performing regular preventive maintenance is an important step with almost everything you own or use regularly, especially something you depend on as much as your home comfort heating system. An annual heater tune-up ensures your HVAC system is running smoothly, which keeps your home comfortably heated. More importantly, tune-up will diagnose small heater problems before they become larger, costlier issues.
There’s no question in getting your heater ready for every winter and tuned up regularly is worth it. Furnace and boiler manufacturers recommend it as a part of maintaining warranty coverage on replacement parts. In many cases, manufacturers of gas, electric, and oil heating systems require tune-ups. Nevertheless annual furnace maintenance is more than a checkmark to fill on a warranty form. When done regularly, boiler and furnace tuneup may reduce fuel consumption over years of use, and prevent malfunctions and breakdowns.
As gas furnaces age, they can become more likely to leak carbon monoxide. Such problems are detected during annual maintenance.
Heating Costs in Philadelphia area
Northeast area is not always the warmest of place during winter. Cold month’s weather puts lots of pressure on our boilers and furnaces.
Catching Carbon Monoxide Issues
Afar from money, one of the most important reasons to maintain your furnace is your well-being. Gas fueled heating systems are substantial birthplaces of carbon monoxide, an odorless, colorless poison. Inhalation can cause dizziness, headaches, and unconsciousness leading to death.
EMCO Tech Heating & Cooling maintenance technicians will always take extra care to check your heater for carbon monoxide leaks, and signs of a cracked heat exchanger.
In the lack of maintenance, these failures are ignored, with at times tragic consequences.
Choose EMCO Tech for Your Heater Tune-Up
Our technicians will make sure your furnace is working properly. We will help to improve the efficiency of your heater, saving you money, and assisting to avoid larger problems. Contact us today for your tuneup.