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Furnace Repair & Maintenance Service
If you are experiencing watery eyes, headaches, stuffy or runny nose or sneezing, it could be your furnace leaking carbon monoxide through hairline cracks in your heat exchanger. Call today at at for our $99 video inspection of your furnace. When you hire us, you can save money using some of the coupons and specials that we offer.
Your furnace is climate control system that allows you to enjoy the comfort of your home even when it’s in the negatives outside. Like all mechanical systems, your furnace can eventually be run down form use, and if left unchecked can break down leaving you to face the harsh weather on your own. If you’re looking to service, repair or install a furnace in your home, call Complete Plumbing, Heating and Air Inc. more info here @ http://comfortmasterheatingandair.com/
Whether we service your system or install an entirely new unit, you can trust us to get any job done. See what your neighbors in South Texas have been saying about us here.What are some common furnace problems?
Furnaces can experience a couple of issues that tend to happen often. Our customers who experienced these issues tend to not invest in regular maintenance, and can end up paying extra for costly repairs. Keep an eye out for these signs:Lack of heat: This could mean that the efficiency of the unit has gone down. Whether due to age or other underlying problem, our technician will be able to get to the bottom of it.Dirty filters: Dirty filters can actually damage the unit more than you might expect. Having a filter that’s dirty will inhibit the units ability to push out air, making it work much harder.High utility bill: A high utility bill will mean that the unit is working a lot harder than usual. If you’re not setting it to work harder, and you’re still seeing this effect, it could be due to an efficiency malfunction with the unit.
Knowing when to replace your unit is key to saving you money on costly, and far too frequent, repairs. If you think your furnace is dying, here are two clear signals that it is.First: If our HVAC technician is becoming your best friend, you’re seeing him too often and you have other friends that are much cheaper.Second: Your heating bills. If they’ve spiked in the last two years, its probably because of horrible furnace efficiency. These 2 factors are a bad combination.What are the benefits of timely repairs and maintenance?
For a well functioning unit, we strongly recommend a full inspection and tune-up in October or November before your unit is heavily used. Along with other system items, our qualified technicians will perform any necessary lubrication, assess cycling and controls, inspect electrical wiring for corrosion, inspect the blower and burners, and check for deadly carbon monoxide.
They will also give the system a complete cleaning, assuring that dirt and debris buildup are removed, reducing friction and maximizing the efficiency of the furnace. You’ll benefit from annual tune-ups, saving money with improved efficiency while extending the life of your furnace and avoiding costly repairs.
Investing in this regular maintenance will keep your unit running at it’s best efficiency for as long as possible. Extend the lifespan of your unit and you’ll be able to rely on your furnace during even the harshest winters.How can you avoid problems in the future?
Maintenance will always be the best way to avoid any problems from ever happening. Keeping a close on your unit will let you know when problems are beginning to come up, and you can arrange the best way to tackle these issues before they ruin your system.Call us to receive service for your furnace in Texas. We want you to trust us with your home comfort every time you experience an issue with your home’s HVAC system.