Don’t Get Left Out in the Cold – Get a Heating Tune Up and Safety Inspection now!
You may be asking yourself…
Do I Really Need A Tune Up?
Can I really Trust This HVAC Firm to Help Me?
You are not alone. An autumn heating tune up is one of the most valuable and cost effective things you can have done for your home. BUT having the right company perform the service will make all the difference.
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Heating maintenance is shown to increase system efficiency and operating life, as well as uncover minor problems before they turn into major repair bills. Keeping up with your heating tune ups can save you thousands of dollars over the life of your system, so doesn’t it just make sense to call us for seasonal HVAC maintenance?
We also offer convenient service agreements [link to: https://www.freedomhvacal.com/service-agreement/] to save you money on tune ups, repairs, and even replacement. You service agreement includes two annual maintenance visits (spring and fall), special 20% savings on repairs and additional 5% savings on a replacement system. Why wait? Sign up now!
Limited Time Offer—39-Point Inspection for $39!
Our 39-point inspection of your heating system ensures the proper function of every component, including:
- Check connections are not faulty.
- Check for refrigerant leaks.
- Check thermostat function.
- Check filters and change as needed.
- Check ductwork and airflow.
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A regular maintenance program can absolutely help prevent furnace repairs. A tuneup is recommended once per year for heat and once for air conditioning. Making preventative repairs by proactively replacing ‘wear and tear’ items is also helpful, kind of like replacing brakes on a car.
The first thing to check is your thermostat. Is it “blank” like the power is off? Check batteries then the breaker in the electrical panel. Check the filter next. About 10-20% of the time a furnace is off, it is caused by a clog. It’s a good idea to have a professional to check your system every year in addition to these actions.