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Natural gas furnaces are a staple to many urban homes. Not only do gas furnaces offer relatively lower-cost heating throughout the cold winter months and a clean-burning alternative to oil furnaces, but they also offer the peace of mind that you won’t run out of fuel in the middle of winter.

In addition, gas furnaces also require less cleaning than their oil-burning counterparts.

However, homeowners need to schedule service for annual inspection and gas furnace repairs when needed. Since these furnaces rely on natural gas, homeowners need a professional to provide maintenance services like checking the gas line for gas leaks, the integrity of gas valves, and cleaning debris from the gas fireplace chimney.

If you own a gas furnace or are getting ready to have one installed, you’ll want to understand what to anticipate from your next service call.

Let’s take a look at what you should expect from your local gas furnace maintenance service, to ensure you get the best value for your budget!

Dependable Service

Trained service technicians should deliver the friendly service you have come to expect when you need it most. At Bryan’s Fuel, we provide 24-hour emergency service, 7 days a week, 365 days a year. As a Service Plan customer, you receive preferential treatment.

Expert Inspections

Our professional service technicians will keep your equipment in top condition. Our annual inspections allow us to inspect, lubricate, adjust, and clean your heating and cooling equipment and keep it in peak operating condition.

Price Assurance

You know what it will cost to keep your equipment operating for the next year without any costly repair surprises. You also know the price can’t change between the effective dates of the Service Plan.

Flexibility

At Bryan’s Fuel we have a large, well-trained team of service technicians, a fleet of service trucks, and a well-stocked parts warehouse at the ready. We will be able to help you when you need it most.

Expertise

Should a problem exist with your heating or cooling system, we will tell you what is wrong and recommend ways to remedy it.

Parts and Labour

Includes one annual furnace maintenance and any emergency no-heat service labour. Plus,

all applicable parts listed below.

  • Check operation of thermostat or temperature control
  • Check safety controls
  • Lubricate fan motor & bearings
  • Check blower operation (forced air)
  • Check fan belt tension and alignment (forced air)
  • Clean out flue passages
  • Clean and adjust burners
  • Clean pilot/ignition control sensors (gas/propane)
  • Replace nozzle (oil)
  • Visually check venting system
  • Remove debris from chimney base or cleanout
  • Check filter and instruct the customer on filter maintenance
  • Remove vent and check furnace breach
  • Check heat exchanger for cracks or holes
  • Efficiency test & report
  • Thermocouple
  • Burners
  • Pressure Switch
  • Gas Valve
  • Air Filter (1” standard)
  • Ignition Control
  • Hot Surface Ignitor
  • Flame Sensor
  • DSI Ignitor
  • Fan Control
  • Limit Control
  • Fan & Motor
  • Power Pile
  • Belt
  • Ventor Assembly

Get Your Gas Furnace Maintained Today

No one wants their furnace to break down in the dead of winter, but that’s a real possibility if you skip your annual maintenance. Furnace maintenance is not just about fixing problems with your unit that already exist, but is also to prevent any problems in the future as well. Having your furnace maintained now will save you money on repairs.

We offer maintenance plans for equipment that’s under warranty and service plans for equipment after the warranty has expired. Register for the plan that is suitable for your system, or call to schedule an individual service appointment today.

Service Plans: For Equipment Out Of Warranty

Learn more about the annual service contracts we offer for furnaces and air conditioners outside of the manufacturer’s warranty.

Maintenance Plans: For Equipment Under Warranty

Learn more about the annual maintenance contracts we offer for furnaces, air conditioners, and other HVAC equipment still covered by your manufacturer’s warranty.

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