HVAC Safety

When the weather starts getting cold, we rely on our old trusty furnace to keep us warm. As time goes on, that furnace starts to lose efficiency, which means it starts to cost more to operate. Just like an automobile, a furnace requires maintenance to make sure all of the moving parts are working well and efficiently. That’s why it’s important to have a furnace tune-up every heating season. Furnace safety tips such as this can help keep your home safe. A tune-up provides the following benefits:

• Checks for deadly carbon monoxide
• Checks for gas and electric safety issues
• Helps to prevent breakdowns by identifying issues before they become expensive repairs
• Extends the life of your furnace by keeping it clean and running the way it was designed
• Keeps filters changed and electronic air cleaners free of dust

Furnace Safety Tips

A furnace tune-up can actually save you money, because a clean furnace doesn’t have to work as hard to provide heat. And when a furnace doesn’t have to work as hard, it uses less utilities. It’s also a good time to have your humidifier serviced as well. During the winter, dry air is very common and can result in itchy skin, static electricity, and cracks in your walls and woodwork. Plus, a humidifier that is operating properly also makes the home feel warmer, which means you can turn down your thermostat a few degrees. A humidifier needs to have the pad replaced every year, and this is something that can be done during your normal furnace tune-up.

Addison Smith has experience technicians that can handle your furnace tune-ups. We service the entire West Georgia area, from Carrollton to Villa Rica to Newnan. We also offer 24 hour furnace repair, so we are always available if you need an emergency heating repair. Call today!