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What is a furnace tune-up? It is preventative maintenance that helps keep your equipment in good working condition. A tune-up also ensures that your furnace is generating and circulating enough warm air to heat your home. A fully licensed Reliance Home Comfort® technician will inspect all the major components used to generate and circulate warm air, and measure CO levels – both inside the furnace exhaust and within the home – in order to ensure the safety of you and your family.

Inspection of 12 major furnace components to ensure unit is in good working condition


Addressing certain safety concerns that may become hazards

A more extensive inspection, testing and cleaning of 21 components


Investigation and analysis of potential issues that might affect the equipment’s efficiency

We appreciate how uncomfortable it is to be without air conditioning during a sweltering heatwave. Our fully licensed technicians can help prevent this from happening, and make sure your air conditioning unit is operating well all summer, by carrying out a detailed tune-up on your air conditioner.

Inspection of 12 major furnace components to ensure unit is in good working condition


Addressing certain safety concerns that may become hazards

A more extensive inspection, testing and cleaning of 21 components


Investigation and analysis of potential issues that might affect the equipment’s efficiency

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How To Maintain Your Furnace

Your furnace plays an important role to keep you comfortable, here are a few ways to maintain your furnace.

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Your furnace plays an important role in keeping you and your family warm in the winter,
but did you know that it’s also key to running your air conditioner in the summer? That means
your furnace is working all year round to keep you and your family comfortable. Considering
your furnace is putting in that much work year after year, it’s important to make sure your
system is inspected regularly to keep it running smoothly. Regardless of the age of your furnace,
regular maintenance can help identify issues early to avoid costly breakdowns. An inspection
will also help ensure your system is running optimally, giving you and your family comfort
and peace of mind. At Reliance as part of our maintenance, one of our friendly and knowledgeable
experts will check all the necessary components of your heating equipment including the thermostat,
heat exchanger and blower motor. They will also inspect your system’s wiring as well as the filter
which can help deliver optimal air quality and efficiency. Don’t wait until something goes wrong
to have your system inspected because winter will be here before you know it. Schedule maintenance
early so you don’t get caught in the cold. Call us today. With 24/7, 365 live telephone support
we’re here to help when you need it the most. If you’re looking for a peace of mind all year round,
consider one of our Protection Plans. Our Heating and Cooling Plans can help avoid most unexpected
repair costs. If any problems with your systems arise, we also offer plans that ensure your
maintenance is always covered. So remember, for all of your heating needs Call on Reliance™.

How To Troubleshoot Your Furnace

Here are a number of things you can do to assess what is wrong with your furnace and troubleshoot it.

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surrounding indoor air temperature if
the thermostat isn’t working or set
properly it may cause problems first
make sure your thermostat is on the heat
setting any thermostat that’s also part
of a central air conditioner will have
both a heat and cool setting check to
see that the thermostat is set a few
degrees higher than the room temperature
this is necessary to activate any
furnace to deliver Heat
replace thermostat batteries if your
system has them and if your home’s
temperature regularly seems out of sync
with thermostat settings look at
thermostat location a poorly located
thermostat that gets false readings from
other heat sources or is too close to an
exterior door can create ongoing
temperature problems if you suspect your
thermostat is in the wrong place it’s
best to call an expert to have it
reinstalled in an optimal location check
the electrical panel to make sure that
the breaker feeding power to the furnace
hasn’t tripped shut the breaker all the
way off and then all the way on again to
reset it
make sure all doors and filter access
panels are fully closed furnaces have
safety switches that won’t allow the
unit to operate if the furnace doors are
not closed properly ensure that your
furnace filters are clean and free of
dust and debris a clogged filter can
cause a furnace to stop working or work
poorly if none of these simple checks
solve the problem it’s time to call a
licensed furnace professional
other reasons to call the professional
include unusual sounds vibrations
rattles clicks or if the furnace seems
to be straining to operate this could be
a sign of an internal mechanical problem
if you need assistance with any furnace
maintenance or repair call on Reliance

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