Your average house furnace tends to last for on average 10-15 years. There’s something you need to do for it to last that long, though.
If you want your furnace to have a long healthy life (that’ll keep you warm), you need to schedule regular maintenance calls. Doing so will prevent breakdowns, reduce energy costs, and keep everything in perfect shape.
Are you looking for gas furnace repair services in Seattle? Give us a call at (206) 960-9700. We service all makes and models. We know how to get your furnace ready for winter.
The right way to maintain your furnace is to call the right guys – and that’s us!
At Nortech Heating & Cooling Services, we’re certified and qualified to work. Our team of professionals has been in business for more than twenty years. We’re a fully licensed and bonded HVAC company.
It doesn’t matter if your furnace is brand-new or somewhat old – we know how to maintain and repair it. And we’re ready to help you – because winter is right around the corner.
If you are going through an emergency, you can call us day or night. Contact us at (206) 960-9700.
When is the right time for a furnace maintenance call?
The only way to accurately say when you should schedule a furnace maintenance call is to know when the last time you had one was. Simple as!
Now, if you don’t know when that was (because you weren’t the house owner then or you don’t remember), we highly recommend scheduling a furnace maintenance call as soon as possible.
A poorly maintained furnace can cause countless troubles, from high energy costs to carbon monoxide leaks.
Fortunately for all furnace owners, keeping things safe and running isn’t hard. If you’re in Seattle, all you have to do is call us.
The average house furnace can last 10 to 15 years without any major problems. You can make sure that is the case with yours if you schedule a yearly furnace service call.
A yearly maintenance service costs little to nothing if you compare it to how much it’ll cost to repair a broken furnace. Not to mention how cold it’ll get before you decide to repair it.
You should do your part as well! Keeping filters clean, for example, is a must. Calling us when something goes wrong is also a must.