AllTech Services, Inc. Blog : Posts Tagged ‘Heating Maintenance’

What Grade Would You Give Your Furnace?

Monday, January 18th, 2021

gas-furnace-stock-image-on-white-backgroundWinter has officially begun as of just a few short weeks ago, though around here we’ve been experiencing chillier temperatures for a few months already. Hopefully, your furnace has been behaving itself and giving you powerful, efficient heat. But what if it’s not? What needs to happen to get better results?

Read on to learn how to rate your system, and what to do if your furnace is getting a failing grade.

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Have You Tuned-Up Your Heater Yet?

Monday, October 12th, 2020

technician-inspecting-furnaceIt’s October! It’s time for pumpkin spice lattes, apple-picking, and Halloween festivities. Granted, all of these things are going to look much different this year than they have in previous years. But one thing is staying the same: you’ll need a fully functional and efficiently operating heater to get you through chilly days and nights soon.

And not to worry! Now is the perfect time to make sure your heater is fully functional by scheduling routine heater maintenance. Also known as a tune-up, maintenance helps to ensure that your furnace, heat pump system, or boiler works as efficiently and effectively as possible, for as long as possible.

During this service, our technicians look through your entire heating system, checking for any components that need adjusting, parts that need cleaning, and signs of repair needs. This benefits you and your home by:

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Should You Schedule a Heating Maintenance Appointment Now?

Monday, August 29th, 2016

We may still be in the throes of summer, but the official start of fall is just a few weeks away. You are most likely still using your AC system, and your heater is probably the last thing on your mind. However, tasks such as maintenance are best scheduled and performed before you actually need the system. Therefore, the best time to schedule your heating maintenance appointment is now.

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