Imagine you were planning to drive cross country in a 5 to 10-year old car with 100,000+ miles that hadn’t been driven in several months. Would you take it to a mechanic for a checkup first? Or would you just “cross your fingers and hope” that it wouldn’t break?
Clearly, a tune-up makes sense.
Your heater and air conditioning system has to run constantly—FOR YEARS—in brutal conditions here in Colorado. Every one to two years its parts need to be cleaned, tested, and inspected for damage.
Call Denver Furnace & AC for our comprehensive Denver-area furnace maintenance and tune-up service. It normally only takes about an hour, but it can save you THOUSANDS on unnecessary heater repairs in Denver. We’ll clean and inspect all of its components… which will make your system last longer and keep your home more comfortable; it will run more efficiently and lower your energy bills… and you’ll save big time on future repair bills. We’ll also check for carbon monoxide and combustible gas, which will keep your family safe.
Yearly furnace maintenance in Denver is not always necessary. If, however, we’ve never inspected your system before, it needs to be checked immediately. But many of the systems we tune-up only need to be checked EVERY TWO YEARS… while others need to be checked EVERY SIX MONTHS. If we find some aspect of your system needs regular attention we may suggest a Maintenance Agreement. Our Maintenance Agreement will give you peace of mind because we will call you for an appointment when we should inspect and/or service your system(s). Since all systems are different we will customize our Maintenance Agreement to suit you and your system’s specific needs.
Yes! You need a company that will look out for you and your home and family’s long-term needs; that means they will inspect your system based on actual needs, and not suggest “phantom furnace repairs” for Denver homeowners that simply enhance the company’s revenues. Also, you should have the same company maintain your equipment year after year; it’s kind of a like a doctor: you want somebody who is familiar with you and your system(s). You want a company who has notes and photos of your system(s) and can give you consistent care year after year.
They use those cheap tune-up prices to get their foot in the door so they can charge you for bigger repairs later (or immediately!). The problem is a qualified technician cannot afford to perform true, full-service furnace maintenance in Denver for just $99. Corners will be cut, and your system may not actually be tuned up properly. Buyer beware!