Furnace Tune Up in Bellingham, Ferndale, Lynden WA and The Surrounding Areas
Are you tired of struggling with an under performing furnace? There is nothing worse then watching your utility bills skyrocket while still struggling to stay warm in your home. The good news is Marr’s Heating and Air Conditioning is here to help. With 5-decades of experience in the industry, we have the insight and experience to help with your furnace tune up.
What Is A Furnace Tune Up?
Furnace tune up refers to the process in which heater system technicians adjust the entire system in order to achieve an optimum functioning level of the furnace. It is a maintenance activity done either on specific terms or as a normal scheduled maintenance job.
As furnaces are mechanical, over time the performance of the unit will significantly drop. Your furnace will show signs of straining, which should urge you to get a furnace tune up. For a list of Maintenance agreements we offer that involve a furnace tune up, click here.
Warning Signs That You Need A Furnace Tune Up
As with all machines, problems don’t strike out of nowhere. In fact, the majority of the time, your machine warns you well in advance. Some common warning signs that you need a furnace tune up include:
- Poor performance.
- The thermostat not regulating the furnace properly resulting in insufficient heating.
- Inadequate air flow.
- Strange noises, and smells from the furnace.
What Is A Tune Up And How Does It Help
You may still be wondering what exactly a furnace tune up is. Well, think of it as an overly advanced maintenance check-up. Technicians thoroughly investigate the machinery to ensure that everything is working optimally, absent signs of wear.
Technicians will also fine-tune key components, lubricate what needs lubrication, and do a general system overlook to ensure that your unit is working as it was when you first purchased it all those years back.
The processes include checking for blockages in the air filters and vents, changing the air filters, inspecting for air leaks, adjusting the thermostats to give out a higher level of heat, checking for faults in the electrical system and deep dive cleaning of the furnace system.