Among the hustle and bustle of daily life, our home’s heating system faithfully performs the comfort promoting task of keeping us warm, but in return for its loving attention to our well-being, it’s important to order periodic maintenance for its own operational health and overall lifespan. An annual furnace inspection and cleaning can achieve exactly this–longevity enhancement, operation failure mitigation, and energy efficiency preservation. It can also identify potentially dangerous circumstances, such as carbon monoxide leaks.
We will perform a full service tune up on your furnace, wherein we will clean and inspect the system to ensure it is healthy and functioning properly. And while our technician is present, he will be happy to answer any of your questions or discuss any concerns you may have. We’re here to help!
You can reach us at: 425.885.1224
Customer satisfaction is our priority! We recommit ourselves daily to the goal of providing you the very best HVAC products and services offered in this region. You’ll find professional courtesy and attention to detail are the rule here at Overlake Heating. And we are always open to your helpful suggestions in how we might do even better for you.
A forgotten furnace runs less efficiently and may be forced to work harder to heat your home. As a result, your Winter monthly energy bills can swell while concurrently increasing your risk of an expensive emergency service call from a system failure. In addition to annual maintenance, there is one big step homeowners can take to keep their furnace running smoothly throughout the year–be sure to change your air filter periodically, typically every 3 to 12 months, depending on the thickness and efficiency of the filter. Also, be sure to set your “filter change reminder alarm” on your programmable thermostat. If your thermostat doesn’t have this feature, we’d be happy to discuss alternatives that do.
The average furnace lasts about 20 years, but without routine maintenance, you could be costing the system years of usable life. Problems can arise which fester, and with time they can grow into an avoidable, costly headache. Considering the Fall and Winter months are the time when your furnace works hardest, it pays to have your system maintained in the late Summer or early Fall before the unit’s major workload is underway. An annual furnace inspection and cleaning can help you protect your furnace investment for years to come, even beyond the 20 year average.