Furnace Service in the Jonesboro area
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Furnace repair service is the maintenance and repair of a heating system to ensure it's operating safely and efficiently. This can involve fixing issues such as a malfunctioning thermostat, a clogged air filter, a faulty pilot light, or a breakdown in the heating system. Furnace repair service should always be performed by a professional HVAC technician to ensure that the repair is done correctly and to avoid any potential safety hazards.
Regular maintenance and servicing can also prolong the lifespan of the system. Furnace repairs can be costly, so it is recommended to have regular maintenance performed to help detect any potential problems early on, allowing for prompt and efficient repairs to be made before they turn into more serious and costly issues. Scheduling regular maintenance and prompt repairs can help ensure that your heating system is running smoothly, providing reliable and comfortable heating for your home or business.
Furnaces should be serviced at least once a year, preferably before the start of the heating season. Regular maintenance can help detect any potential problems early on, allowing for prompt and efficient repairs to be made before they become more serious and more expensive.
What does a furnace service include?
A furnace service typically includes a thorough inspection and cleaning of the furnace. This includes checking and cleaning the burners, heat exchanger, fan, and other components. The technician may also check and adjust the settings, test the safety controls, and inspect the ductwork for leaks or damage.
Can I service my furnace myself?
While some basic maintenance tasks such as changing the air filter can be performed by the homeowner, more complex tasks such as inspecting and cleaning the burners and heat exchanger should only be performed by one of our professional HVAC technicians.
What is the life expectancy of a furnace?
The life expectancy of a furnace can vary depending on several factors. These factors may include the quality of the furnace installation, how regularly maintenance is performed, and the conditions of your environment. On average, a gas furnace can last between 15 to 20 years. Electric furnaces have a slightly longer lifespan, with an average lifespan of 15 to 20 years. Proper maintenance and regular servicing can help prolong this lifespan.