To avoid costly breakdowns of your furnace and for the best possible performance of your heater and heating system as a whole, we recommend performing regular heater maintenance. Typically Heater needs to be checked at least once every year, preferably prior the cold season, by doing so you can ensure that it is in proper functioning condition and that there will be no problems during cold winter. Its no secret that even furnace manufacturers themselves recommend annual inspections as well as regular heater maintenance by a professional technician.
Heater Tune-Up Checklist
Our professional HVAC technicians will clean and inspect your furnace:
- Cleaning — Filters, the outdoor unit, blower, fan blades, and drain line all tend to get dirty and dusty over time. Especially if there are some pets in the house. Inspection — We look for cracks, wear and tear, and other signs of potential upcoming heater problems.
- Testing — We test the fuel pressure, airflow, thermostat controls, igniter, and other stuff. Gas and oil furnaces require regular maintenance because of the potential hazardous situations and dangers of leaks and fumes.
- Lubricating — Every couple of year's motor parts of any furnace needs to be lubricated. If they dry out, the motor can receive substantial damage.
- Other adjustments — By using a Performance Evaluation Computer (PEC) for advanced testing we can get a lot of additional data that will help us to perform better heater tune-up maximazing efficiency and your home comfort.
Why Water Heater Maintenance needed?
It's the cold season again, and you are wondering whether to do a maintenance check or not? It is as simple as that, if you want your heater to run and meet the requirements for many years to come, it is important to do regular maintenance to make sure all parts are in good working condition, and no wears and tears anywhere in the system. Even though certain things can be done alone, most of them will require a professional technician to make sure the job is doneright, and you will not encounter any unexpected issues on a chilly night when the last thing you want is for your heater to stop working. In order to learn more about self-maintenance, learn about what type of heater you have and a type of Heater Maintenance you need.
What Will We Do
When you call Nevada Residential Services to book your next Heater Maintenance appointment, here is what you can expect:
Check all electrical connections
Lubricate necessary parts
Check the coils and burners
Gas line check
Perform a safety inspection
Check the longevity and condition of all belts
Overall inspection for all possible damages
To book your service appointment:
When you book your appointment you will receive a full inspection service that will leave you confident that you starting the cold season with a properly functional heater. Call Nevada Residential Services to book your service appointment in Las Vegas.