Furnace Boiler Maintenance

Too Soon? Think Again Now is the Time for Furnace Service in Las Vegas

While the autumnal equinox hasn’t brought about the official start of fall and the end of summer, now is the time to start considering furnace service. Sure, you won’t switch over your thermostat to the ‘heat’ setting for a few weeks, and potentially months if you’re lucky, but why wait for your furnace to quit running in the middle of a winter storm when it could have been prevented with basic furnace service?

The upcoming colder weather means that you’ll slowly begin depending on a system that has been sitting idle for months on end. While a lot of homeowners in Las Vegas expect no hiccups, that’s not always possible. It’s easy to get engrossed in the thought that your furnace kept you warm without any concerns last year, but that doesn’t automatically mean you’ll have the same good fortune this year. By now you’re probably wondering – “So why is furnace service necessary?”

Scheduling annual furnace service can help you avoid a number of issues that can arise, including:

  • A voided warranty due to incorrect maintenance
  • Larger furnace problems that could be emerging, potentially ending with furnace replacement
  • A hazardous situation if there are any issues with the gas or oil portions of your furnace
  • Decreased efficiency because your furnace is operating harder than it has to

Of course, there are more than just these four issues that can arise, but the last thing you want to happen is to miss your annual furnace service and have it go out on you when the Las Vegas weather starts getting a little dicey this winter.

The fact is that your furnace, and your air conditioner, should be maintained like a car. There are routine maintenance needs that keep things running smoothly and at their peak, which in turn can help prolong the life of the equipment. If you’d like to find out what the team at JonAire Inc does for your furnace when you set up furnace service, give us a call at 702-866-9322.

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