Posted by: Valley Services HVAC | August 20, 2010

Furnace Cleaning Time is here!

Unfortunately for those of us who love summer and being able to wear shorts outside, it is nearing the time of furnace tune ups (or winter).  Sorry I did not want to say it.  But luckily for you, you will not have to worry about your heat this winter because you are going to schedule your furnace tune-up with Valley Services!

Getting your furnace cleaned is an important part of keeping your furnace running efficiently and smoothly!  We clean your blower motor, lubricate moving parts, and check your heat exchanger for cracks or leaks (detailed list below).

I believe checking your heat exchanger for cracks is the most important part of the tune up.  If there is rusting and/or cracks in your heat exchanger it will leak carbon monoxide in your home, and this is fatal!  I think checking the status of your heat exchanger is worth the cost of the maintenance!  Maintaining the heat exchanger is only 1 of the 16 points on the maintenance check list.  We make sure the flame sensor and burners are all functioning correctly and that your furnace is working as efficiently as it can.

Each year your furnace lowers in its efficiency, but maintaining it yearly can keep your furnace working at its peak efficiency!


Call now for the special price of $95 with a donation to The Sharing Tree school supply program (for Hudson students or the food shelf!!!)


Furnace Tune-Up 16-Point Check List

Our Valley Services Technicians clean the flame sensor, burners, and inspect heat exchanger to make sure that carbon monoxide won’t be leaking into your home.  Our technicians also inspect and clean the inducer vent motor and fan and test the gas pressure to make sure the furnace is burning correctly. 
We will make sure that your furnace works better than we we arrived!

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