When Should I Book My Furnace Maintenance?
Furnaces need annual check-ups to keep them in working condition and to spot minor repairs before a larger issue arises. If you’re wondering why furnace maintenance is important and when you should book your check-up appointment, read on:
Why Your Furnace Needs Annual Maintenance
There are several reasons why furnace maintenance is so important, you can find a detailed breakdown of those reasons in our blog here. The bottom line is that all furnaces need annual maintenance to ensure that they are running properly and safely, to protect your warranty, and avoid breakdowns.
Professional Maintenance Is Safer
Furnace maintenance involves more than just changing the filter. A trained Home Comfort technician will clean your equipment which will help to prevent costly breakdowns, extend the life of your system and stay protected under warranty.
When Is The Best Time To Book Furnace Maintenance?
There is no good time to have your furnace breakdown, but the worst time is definitely in the dead of winter! We recommend having your furnace maintained or serviced well before winter so that you are less likely to experience a breakdown when it’s cold out. Bryan’s Fuel recommends that you book your maintenance appointment as summer is ending to ensure that your equipment is ready to go for the winter.
Pro Tip: Turn your furnace on and let it run in early fall to ensure everything is running properly before the first cold day of winter hits!
24/7 Emergency Service
In the unfortunate event that your furnace breaks down in the winter, Bryan’s Fuel offers 24/7 emergency service and fuel delivery. Although our goal is to help prepare all our customers in advance of winter through our maintenance plans and automatic fuel delivery services, we understand that emergencies happen. If you find yourself in this type of situation, please call our emergency number at 866-330-1230.
Maintenance Plans Will Keep You Covered
At Bryan’s Fuel, we offer service and maintenance plans specific to your individual needs. If your equipment is still under warranty, a maintenance plan is essentially a tune-up that will help keep it in great shape and extend its life. A service plan is best for equipment without warranties and you only pay for service once a year with all your service and parts covered as part of the plan.
If you’d like to book your furnace maintenance or learn more about our plans, please reach out to us and a member of the Bryan’s Fuel team will be happy to help you!