Service Your Furnace and Check Heating Ducts
- Lower your energy costs.
- Deliver better air quality.
- Increase the life of your equipment.
Furnace return ducts inhale airborne dust and suck it back into the blower. Add moisture to this mixture and you’ve got a breeding ground for allergy inducing molds, mites, and bacteria. Without regular servicing, heating and cooling systems burn more fuel and cycle allergens through the air.
A close inspection will uncover leaks, soot, rust, rot, corroded electrical contacts and frayed wires. The inspection should also cover the chimney, duct-work or pipes, dampers or valves, blower or pump, registers or radiators, the fuel line and the gas meter or oil tank. Professionals can also use specialty meters to check for sufficient draft and also test the air for carbon monoxide.
You’ll save money on your energy bills and breathe easier.