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How Often Should My Furnace be Inspected?

According to some HVAC experts, 75% of no-heat calls in the winter are due to the lack of furnace maintenance. A yearly furnace inspection can prevent a furnace from malfunctioning or stop working suddenly during the cold months. Here are just a few reasons why an annual furnace checkup is beneficial for your home. 

Benefits of Yearly Furnace Inspections 

Money
Much of your utility bill cost is derived from your heating and cooling system, and a poorly working furnace can cost you more money than you anticipated. The number of breakdowns your furnace has due to lack of maintenance, the more the lifespan of the equipment reduces. You’ll end up paying more for repairs than a yearly inspection and will have to purchase a new furnace sooner than you thought. 

Energy
Your furnace has many working parts to keep the appliance running smoothly. These parts need to be fine-tuned and cleaned annually to ensure they’re working smoothly. When a certified technician visits your home for your annual furnace inspection, they’ll examine the heat source and distribution system. If these issues aren’t addressed, it will lower the furnace’s efficiency, increasing your energy bills as a result.

Maintaining your furnace yearly keeps your equipment running at its prime capacity, contact our HVAC contractors at Air Zone Cooling & Heating to prevent an increase on your utility bill today!

What Are The Most Common AC Unit Malfunctions?

Having an idea of the kind of malfunctioning problems an air conditioning unit can help determine if contacting a professional is needed. Here are some of the most common AC unit malfunctions:

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How to Prepare Your Furnace for the Winter

When preparing your furnace for the winter, the first thing you should do is check your filter and replace it as necessary. You should also change your thermostat so it is now in heating mode, rather than cooling mode like it may have been before....
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