Phoenix Furnace Cleaning, Furnace Vent Cleaning, and more.
1) Sudden Shutdowns
Provided your furnace wasn't built more than 10 years ago, it probably has safety circuits which will shut it down whenever it suffers any serious mechanical problem. This is an important safety feature, but it can turn a furnace problem into a crisis if it happens during an especially cold season. If you'd like to avoid this sort of nasty surprise, talk to us about scheduling an annual furnace cleaning and inspection.
2) Carbon Monoxide Poisoning
Newer furnaces are designed to reduce this risk, and they are certainly a lot safer than older models. The risk of Co2 poisoning hasn't been completely eliminated, though, and blockages in the exit vents can turn any furnace into a serious health hazard for you and your family. Inspections also help to prevent carbon monoxide poisoning because they can locate even the smallest cracks in the furnace casing which might be leaking gas.
3) Higher Electricity Bills
Whenever there's a blockage in the flow of air to or from your furnace, it has to start working harder to push the same amount of air. That extra work translates into longer running times and increased energy consumption. In extreme cases, a clogged-up furnace can boost your monthly energy bill by as much as forty percent. Get in touch with us and let us clean and inspect your furnace in order to keep your heating bill under control. Remember that you need to replace your filter regularly, too. Not sure how to do it? Don't worry, we can show you!