Furnace Tune-Up in Chico, Durham, Paradise, CA, and Surrounding Areas
How Healthy Is Your Furnace?
Due to the nature of being a mechanical system, your furnace naturally degrades over time due to routine wear and tear. This means that the more you use it, the harder it works and the more it deteriorates. If you leave it alone, this will eventually lead to malfunctions that can be costly and inconvenient to fix. However, you could speak to us at Alternative Heating & Air about a furnace tune-up in Chico, Durham, Paradise, CA, and the surrounding areas instead. We can evaluate your current system to let you know how healthy it is so you can decide if you’d like to proceed with a professional tune-up. Take care of your furnace by taking the necessary steps to keep it healthy!
How Does A Tune-Up Work?
If you call Alternative Heating & Air for help with a furnace tune-up in Chico, Durham, Paradise, CA, and the surrounding areas, we will send a technician to your location to take a look at your system. They will arrive prepared with tools and a checklist to go through to inspect every inch of your system. After a comprehensive inspection, they will identify the risk areas for malfunctions and tune them so that they are back to peak condition. By preemptively dealing with issues and solving your furnace’s problems, we can help you avoid costly repairs in the future. Our methods are thorough, and we’ve developed our techniques over many years, so we are confident that we can catch any issues to keep your furnace running smoothly!
Call To Schedule A Tune-Up
If you’d like to schedule a furnace tune-up in Chico, Durham, Paradise, CA, and the surrounding areas, you can call us at Alternative Heating & Air any time you’d like! We are always happy to work with repeat customers and take on new clients, so just let us know what you’re interested in and we will book an appointment. Call us at (530) 894-8082 to speak to our team when you are ready to invest in your furnace!
Furnace Tune-Up Includes :
- Clean burners
- Oil indoor blower motor
- Inspect heat exchanger for cracks and holes
- Tighten electrical connections
- Check system amps and volts
- Check contractor contacts and capacitors
- Video inspect the duct system
- Replaced air filter or clean filter (if washable)
- Check temperatures and airflow
- Check for gas leaks
- Check for carbon monoxide in the home
- Clean leaves and debris from the system