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Winterizing Isn’t Just For Water Pipes

It’s starting to get cold in the Inland Northwest, and that means winter isn’t far behind. You wouldn’t go into winter without winterizing your water lines, and you don’t want to go into winter without servicing your furnace.

Here are five reasons why an $88 Furnace Inspection from Trademark Mechanical, Heating & Air Conditioning is such a great value!

  1. Keep Your Heat On. Furnace tune-ups fix current problems and prevent future problems, increasing the likelihood that your furnace will keep you warm all winter long.
  2. Improve Efficiency AND Save Money. Cleaning, lubricating, and properly adjusting your furnace ensures it is operating at top efficiency during the coldest months of the year, helping you save on your heating expense.
  3. Extend The Life Of Your Furnace. Keeping your system in good working order is the best way to prevent long-term damage and extend the life of your furnace.
  4. Maintain Your Warranty. Required by most furnace manufacturers, an annual furnace tune-up will help maintain your warranty (saving you money if you have larger problems in the future.)
  5. Ensure The Safety Of Your Family. A full furnace safety inspection helps identify potential safety issues like fires and carbon monoxide poisoning.

Trademark Mechanical’s Furnace Inspection includes:

GAS FURNACES

  • Test starting capabilities
  • Clean and adjust burner assembly
  • Clean ignition assembly
  • Clean heat exchanger and test for leaks
  • Clean or replace air filters
  • Clean and adjust blower components
  • Clean condensate drains
  • Measure temperature rise through heat exchanger
  • Tighten electrical components
  • Measure current draws of motor
  • Test thermostat calibration
  • Monitor flue draft
  • Check gas valve and test for leaks
  • Inspect exhaust venting
  • Check all safety devices within the furnace
  • Check general motor operations
  • Test efficiency of system
ELECTRIC FURNACES

  • Test starting capabilities
  • Clean or replace air filters
  • Clean and adjust blower components
  • Measure temperature rise through heat exchanger
  • Tighten electrical connections
  • Measure current draws of motor
  • Test thermostat calibration
  • Check all safety devices within furnace
  • Check general motor operations
  • Test efficiency of system