A heater tune-up can help your heating system last longer and keep your home and family safer. If you’re worried about the cost of a heating tune-up, now is the time to take advantage of the $59 coupon on our home page. Note that this is a limited-time offer — so we urge you to lock in an affordable furnace tune-up today.

At Sheldon’s Heating & Air Conditioning, our experienced HVAC technicians understand that the main purpose of a furnace tune-up is added safety and longevity. Keep reading to learn why it’s important to schedule annual heating maintenance for your home in Riverside & Inland Empire.

Heater Tune-Up for Added Safety and Peace of Mind

Whether you have a furnace, heat pump, or other heating system, it’s important to clean it and ensure all parts of the HVAC equipment operate as expected. This can improve safety and reduce the risk of fire and other dangers. That’s especially true if you use gas, oil or propane to heat your home. Similarly, electric furnaces use high voltage electricity and it’s important to have our technicians inspect every part of your unit as part of the heater tune-up.

Furnace Tune-Ups Increase the Lifespan of Your Heater

When you schedule regular maintenance, you can increase the lifespan of your heater by many years. First, you’ll have fewer breakdowns. A single faulty element can strain the entire system. So, early detection means everything when it comes to replacing or repairing your equipment.

Did you know that a heater tune-up can also help ensure that your warranty remains good? If you don’t properly maintain the equipment, manufacturers may void the warranty. On the other hand, regular tune-ups can help you meet the conditions of the warranty. This can save you hundreds or thousands of dollars over the lifetime of your heating system.

What Do HVAC Technicians Check During a Heating Tune-Up?

HVAC technicians check the following components to improve the safety and longevity of your heating system:

● Carbon monoxide readings. Fossil fuels such as gas, propane, and oil leave behind waste including carbon monoxide. Your system requires regular cleaning to ensure that these waste gasses properly exit the system. Otherwise, they can accumulate in your home, threatening your health and well-being. Together with a carbon monoxide detector, regular furnace tune-ups prevent the dangerous buildup of gasses that can threaten the safety of your home.

● Electrical components. To prevent an electrical fire, schedule a heating tune-up that includes an inspection of all electric opponents. When electric components are properly insulated and connected, it vastly reduces the threat of a fire.

● Combustion components. Heat exchangers, flame sensors, and burners work together to heat your home. However, these components can cause damage when they overheat. During a furnace tune-up, your HVAC technician will clean and check these components to prevent the buildup of soot.

These are just some of the ways a heater tune-up can increase the longevity and safety of your furnace or other equipment. Contact Sheldon Heating & Air Conditioning today to schedule your annual heater tune-up in Riverside & Inland Empire.

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