Taking Care of the Warmth of Your Home
Saturn Heating Cooling & Electrical is your best friend for furnace maintenance in Roselle and the entire Chicago area
Furnaces are mechanical devices that need regular maintenance just like any other machine! This is the best way to avoid costly repairs that drain your wallet and cause a heating headache! Saturn will take care of your furnace to ensure it performs at its best. Avoid catastrophe with Saturn, contact us to learn more!
What does furnace maintenance consist of?
Furnace maintenance consists of a series of checks and actions taken to ensure your furnace operates at peak efficiency. These steps are particularly important to ensure that your furnace lasts as long as possible and does not stop heating your home! Routine furnace maintenance at least once a year can help to avoid sudden catastrophe with loss of heat in the middle of winter. Here are a few things we take care of:
- Vent Inspection and cleaning
- Inspection of the burner and flame sensor
- Lubricating all moving parts
- Checking and cleaning/replacing air filter
- Inspecting the safety system and testing startup cycle
Does your furnace need this and more?
Even with regular maintenance on your furnace, there are still some things you should do as a homeowner to keep your heater working throughout the winter season
We have put together a few tips for you to ensure that your heater continues to operate at its best this winter! Take a look here to find out more.
Frequently Asked Questions About Furnace Maintenance
When you maintain your furnace regularly you ensure your system is being protected in the best way possible. You would hate to have to replace a furnace prematurely due to poor maintenance! Regular maintenance ensures the worn items are replaced as needed, reducing the chance of collateral damage.
Furnace maintenance should at least be done annually. The preferred time to do this would be during fall. This would be done to ensure that the furnace is in correct working order as close to use as possible. Don’t be surprised by a furnace that does not work!