Did you know getting your furnace cleaned and tuned up can help you save on energy costs and increase safety in your home? Regular furnace maintenance helps ensure a key component of your heating system, your furnace, is running at its highest efficiency and helps prevent it from breaking down. Keep your furnace in good shape with furnace inspections and maintenance so it can last longer, prevent dangerous situations, and help your family stay safe and warm.

Don’t Forget the Furnace

People often replace air filters and get their cars inspected and oil changed. Especially when the first chilly winter day arrives, it’s easy to turn the heater on and forget to include your furnace in your regular checklist of household appliances to maintain, update, and upgrade. Scheduling an annual furnace inspection and furnace cleaning with Controlled Comfort is worry-free and affordable.

Preventive Furnace Maintenance and Warranty

After significant use, a furnace may need repair or replacement and it may still be under warranty, which can save you money. However, to benefit from a warranty, manufacturers will often require proof that care was taken to keep it working and in good shape – just another reason why preventative furnace maintenance is important.

Controlled Comfort 29-Point Yearly Inspection

Controlled Comfort’s 29-point yearly furnace inspection will give you the confidence you need to live your life comfortably in the winter and know it’s safely and efficiently warming your home or office. Contact us to set up an appointment.

 1) Clean furnace or boiler
2) Check chimney base
3) Clean and check pilots
4) Adjust pilot
5) Check Thermocouple
6) Clean burners
7) Adjust burners
8) Check fan belts
9) Check amperage draw
10) Check furnace filters
11) Check safety devices
12) Check heat anticipators
13) Check thermostat contacts
14) Check limit control
15) Inspect combustion chamber
16) Check blower wheel
17) Check furnace wiring
18) Check blower motor and lube
19) Check for combustion air
20) Check hot water tank
21) Check gas valve operation
22) Test for gas leaks
23) Check humidifier
24) Check electrical connections
25) Inspect heat exchanger
26) Check motors and oil
27) Check any/all accessories
28) Check and secure all panels
29) Check thermostat and calibrate if necessary

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