Invest in Furnace Repair Before Winter Comes Around
With the drop in temperatures, we have to face the fact that the dreaded Canadian winter is on its way. While you probably aren’t quite ready to accept the icy temperatures, it is essential to make sure your home is ready for the cold. Furnace repair is necessary before winter hits, and Martino HVAC is here to help.
Old man winter can creep up on you faster than you think, and if your furnace isn’t working properly it can feel like there is no place to escape from the cold. A lot can happen to your heating system when it’s not running (except for the fan!) in the summer months. This includes corrosion, which can be incredibly hazardous to your unit and even to your safety. Your furnace’s fan needs to be examined before each cooling and heating season and during furnace repair to ensure it is operating properly and efficiently.
When you schedule furnace repair, a professional will be able to assess any problems with your unit that may be evading you. An expert will also perform preventative maintenance, like removing grease build-up, checking for and repairing any leaks and tightening loose pipes or panels within your furnace.
There are, however, a few things you can keep an eye out for that indicate a malfunctioning furnace in need of repair:
- Poor air quality: You have noticed an onset of allergies and debris within your home
- Increased energy bills: Your HVAC unit is working harder due to potential system problems
- Inaccurate thermostat: You have cranked up the heat, and your house is not warming up
Proper maintenance and furnace repair will eliminate the risk of your furnace shutting down or needing costly repairs during the winter.
Right now, Martino HVAC is offering great savings with our Annual Service Plan. When you sign up, you’re eligible to receive an Ecobee 3 Thermostat or 2 months FREE on the 12-month plan.
Martino HVAC professionals can complete all of your home comfort system repair needs this season and ensure your furnace runs smoothly and efficiently to keep you warm and comfortable.