Tune Up Your Furnace For Better Performance
Did you know that heating system maintenance keeps your system running longer and more efficiently than a system that is not maintained? Precision Greenville Heating & Cooling encourages you to keep down the cost of annual usage and repairs by getting regular service on your HVAC system.
Precision Greenville's 24-Point Maintenance Visit guarantees we'll tend to every part of your system ensuring optimum performance. We leave no stone unturned and leave you with an HVAC system that runs like new.
An HVAC expert will typically spend an hour performing a furnace tune-up. It can cost anywhere from $50 to $300. The cost may rise if new components are required or if the tune-up requires more than an hour.
In order to ensure proper temperature output, a furnace tune-up involves gas calibration, cleaning, and inspection of the furnace burner. This will keep your furnace running as efficiently as possible throughout the season in addition to ensuring safe operation. Here is a short list of some of the more crucial aspects of a furnace inspection and tune-up:
- System evaluation and safety measures
- Coils, burners, and component cleaning
- Parts that need to be cleaned and lubricated
- Modifying and maintaining electrical components
- Burning analysis
- Adapt the air/fuel ratios
- Examine and maintain flame sensors
- Burner soot should be removed
- Examining the heat exchanger
- Condenser fan motor capacitor testing
- Check for leaks in service valves.
- And more
We strongly advise having your furnace serviced and cleaned once a year. The best time of year to perform the maintenance is typically in the fall, just before you turn on your furnace for the winter. The service tune-goal up's is to maintain your system's peak performance throughout the season so you always have heat.
Precision's 24-Point HVAC Maintenance Visit:
Our Maintenance visits include a 24 point checklist to ensure that we see and tend to all of your unit's needs. We take each of the following steps to keep your system running well: