Furnace Usage This Winter

Is your furnace ready for whatever another Eastern North Carolina winter brings? Will it keep you cozy warm and also heat economically all winter long — without any emergency service calls to rescue a unit that breaks down at the worst possible time? The way to ensure that your heating system keeps you comfortable all the way to next spring is to take preventive action now, before the first major cold spell strikes.

Here are some tasks to put on the list, as well as one to leave to professionals.

After you’ve done your part to ensure heating performance and efficiency, it’s time to call in a trained professional. Schedule a yearly furnace tune-up with a reputable local HVAC contractor. Annual maintenance ensures that your system is performing up to manufacturer’s specs at the outset of the heating season. However, it also gives a qualified HVAC technician the opportunity to spot any minor problems now, before they turn into serious malfunctions later in the season, when dependable heating is critical.

For professional preventive furnace maintenance and service whenever it’s required, contact Jackson & Sons.

Our goal is to help educate our customers in Eastern North Carolina (including Wayne, Johnston, Greene, Lenoir, Pitt and Duplin Counties) about energy and home comfort issues (specific to HVAC systems).
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