Protect Your Furnace With an Annual Inspection

Protect Your Furnace With an Annual InspectionIf your furnace isn’t working properly—or worse, if it stops working altogether during the winter—it could cause the temperature inside your to suddenly plummet. In addition to making your home uninhabitable, a sudden drop in temperature can cause plumbing pipes to freeze and burst. Malfunctioning furnaces can also result in carbon monoxide leaks, which can cause serious health complications and in some cases even death.

For all of these reasons, you should make sure that your furnace is inspected at least once a year to identify potential problems.

During an annual inspection, a professional can take a look inside of your furnace to make sure it’s working properly and point out anything that could become a serious issue down the line. You don’t want to run into a serious problem right in the middle of winter when you need your furnace the most, so it’s a good idea to have your furnace inspected sometime in the fall before the cold sets in.

The modest price of an inspection is well worth the peace of mind that comes with knowing your furnace is in good working order.

During a furnace inspection, each and every aspect of your furnace will be inspected, tested and cleaned to keep it up and running. Once the inspection is complete, you’ll receive a full report with results and maintenance suggestions for the future. This way, you can rest easy knowing your furnace is going to make it through another long winter.

Don’t put off having your furnace inspection this year. We can make things easy by working around your schedule to conduct your inspection whenever it’s most convenient for you. Give us a call today at (317) 313-5362 to make an appointment.

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