Homeowners are familiar with the idea of getting your furnace tune up before the winter season begins in Northeastern Wisconsin. This is a responsible approach and can help ensure your furnace is ready for the winter, and if it isn’t, you have a heads up. We all hope to avoid the inconvenient and expensive emergency service call in the middle of the night.
With that said, the fall and early winter is not the only time you can or should have your annual furnace tune-up. Here are a few reasons why it’s never too late in the season to have your annual furnace tune-up.
- Annual Maintenance: It’s more important to have a furnace tune-up performed annually than having it done at the “perfect time”. There are always limitations in how many tune ups can be performed in a day and month for any company, not to mention what works well for your schedule too. Having your furnace tune-up done annually is the key, not precisely when it’s done.
- Warranty Coverage: Annual furnace maintenance ensures that your parts warranty does not incur any coverage issues.
- Colder Weather = Better Results: In fact, tune-ups can produce more accurate results the closer they are performed to the normal “in season” temperatures. This is why tune-ups in February and March can produce a more accurate furnace set up (tune-up) as opposed to a tune up done in October when the outside temp is 60 or 70 degrees for example.
- Slow Season Benefits: During the very busy months of the fall and early winter HVAC companies are at their busiest. This means discounts and the best deals most often aren’t available during these periods of the year. During February and March the best deals are often available for services like Safety Checks and Tune-Ups to additional services like duct cleaning, indoor air quality solutions, and furnace installations. This is the best time to buy (when the market is low), plain and simple.
In short, it is never too late to have your furnace tune-up performed, and it is also a great time to have most HVAC services performed. Van’s One Hour Heating & Air Conditioning is here to serve you with any HVAC maintenance or installation need.
For more information on how Van’s One Hour, located in Green Bay, WI, can help you determine whether or not you need a furnace replacement, call 866-573-8386.
We service the communities of Green Bay, Appleton, Neenah, Menasha, Sheboygan, Oshkosh, Kewaunee, Manitowoc, Two Rivers, Oconto, and many more through-out Northeast Wisconsin.