MarGo Plumbing Heating Cooling Inc. Blog: Posts Tagged ‘furnace maintenance’

Our Guide to Maintenance Season

Monday, October 4th, 2021

It’s furnace maintenance season! If you’re unsure as to what that is, or why we call fall maintenance season, then we’ll explain it to you. Your furnace requires maintenance every year, and fall is the time of year when we pull them out of hibernation and dust them off to start working again. Fall is the most convenient time to get maintenance performed on your system, and we’re here to remind homeowners of that.

Not only will maintenance be your fastest and most reliable route to avoiding furnace repair in Wayne, NJ, but it will also improve efficiency levels and keep your home more comfortable. While a professional performs this necessary service, there are even more things you can do to help prepare for the cold months ahead.

Let’s get your home ready for fall, winter, and spring with professional maintenance and our handy homeowner checklist.

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How Badly Do You Need Furnace Maintenance?

Monday, February 8th, 2021

How badly do you need to brush your teeth every night before going to bed? Or how badly do you need to replace the oil in your car every few thousand miles? These questions are a lot more complicated than they seem, and each person is going to answer them differently. Unfortunately, you’re better off listening to a dentist tell you about how often to brush your teeth, and you’re better off listening to us tell you about how importance furnace maintenance is.

Maintenance is a furnace service in Clifton NJ that can easily stop a majority of a heater’s repair needs before they surface. It’s a proactive way to look at your heater, just like brushing your teeth is a proactive way to avoid cavities. If you’re invested in the health and longevity of your heating system, and you’d like to avoid unnecessary repairs, then read on.

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Cracked Heat Exchangers Require Immediate Attention

Monday, March 11th, 2019

furnace-inspectionHeat exchangers are used in a variety of appliances, both industrial and in the home. The most familiar examples will be found in your refrigerator or HVAC systems, specifically in furnaces.

However, the type of heat exchanger we want to focus on is the one found inside your natural gas furnace. The heat exchanger is the most important component in your furnace, but if they develop issues, they need to be taken care of immediately.

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