Heater Maintenance

A fleet of Precision Air Work Trucks
lennox, rheem, carrier, ruud brands

What is included in heater maintenance?

For a one-time fee of $99, we travel to your home and perform our 13 point heating system inspection & tune-up to keep it running efficiently.

✓  Check burners and/or elements

✓  Check heat exchanger and exhaust

✓  Check and/or replace filters

✓  Lubricate inducer & blower motors

✓  Check the electric and/or gas connections

✓  Check safety switches & controls

✓  Clean the pilot assembly

✓  Check unit for cracks and leaks

✓  Check temperature and pressures

✓  Clean drain line and trap

✓  Measure/adjust fuel combustion efficiency

✓  Carbon monoxide safety scan

✓  Test and label emergency shut-offs

man repairing heater

Why is regular furnace maintenance so important?

A yearly maintenance tune-up ensures peak performance. Compare your furnace to your car; would you wait until your car breaks down to change the oil? A poorly maintained heating system could lead to inconvenient breakdowns, higher energy bills, and it could allow poisonous monoxide gas to leak into your home. Like so many things, it is cheaper to prevent a problem than to fix the problem. Be prepared for the chilly nights with ‘Precision Air’ furnace maintenance.

Signs you need a heater repair:

  • a increase in your utility bills
  • high humidity or dust in your home
  • the heater struggles to keep the house warm
  • burning or dusty odor when it starts
Schedule Furnace Maintenance

Schedule preventative maintenance today and keep your home feeling comfortable.

Heating Tips to Lower Your Monthly Bills (How Do I Lower My Energy Bills?)

Your HVAC unit starts working overtime when the weather rolls in; however, without proper maintenance, it can cause serious increases in your monthly energy bills. By implementing these free or low-cost heating tips, you can significantly reduce the amount you’re paying to keep the winter weather out of your home.

1. Adjust Your Thermostat
Your initial reaction may be to turn up the thermostat when your home starts feeling cold. The higher the temperature setting, the higher your energy bill. By lowering your thermostat just one degree, you can save up to 3% on your monthly bill.

Save even more by choosing different temperatures for days and nights (i.e., 69º during the day and 60º at night.) Programmable thermostats can help you save 10-20% on your monthly energy bills.

2. Keep Your Radiators and Vents Clean
Remove dust and/or obstructions like furniture from your vents. You’ll make it easier for the air to circulate more freely and efficiently around your home.

3. Keep the Doors Inside Your Home Shut
By closing the doors to unused rooms or even shutting off the vents, you’ll eliminate wasted heat that can increase your monthly energy bills.

4. Change Your Air Filters Regularly
Switching out your air filters is one of your best options when it comes to simple heating maintenance. Fresh filters allow air to circulate more freely throughout your home, as does cleaning out the vents and radiators.