In the cold winter months your furnace is the lifeblood of your home heating. Grand Rapids, MI residents should at the minimum get a furnace maintenance To ensure the furnace will make it through the winter. Just like a car, a furnace has several mechanical parts all working together for one common goal, to heat the air, and just like a car, it needs an inspection!
We regularly use the NATE logo in our advertising. The logo is on our technicians shirts and trucks. It can be seen on internet ads and direct mail. There is a reason we like to show off the NATE logo. NATE Stands for North American Technician Excellence.
The service technician that is performing your tune up is most likely NATE certified. He has been specially trained in central air conditioners, furnaces and boilers. This makes sense. A mechanic is somebody who is trained to work with cars. A hair stylist has been to school to learn the art of cutting hair. Check out this short video to learn more about NATE. This is another way we differentiate ourselves from our competition.
Benefits of Hiring a NATE-Certified Tech
Learn more about NATE and how you can experience greater product efficiency, increased home comfort and added peace of mind. Visit www.natex.org
What Does a Furnace Inspection Include?
We want your equipment to last as long as it can while being efficient as possible. One way to do this is to have a furnace inspection performed by a capable technician, just to make sure at the very least it is safe to operate.
A COMPLETE MAINTENANCE INCLUDES:
Check For Safety Concerns & Carbon Monoxide Presence
Check Flame Sensor
Take Temperture Differential
Check Thermostat Operation
Flush Drain Line
Record Total External Static Pressure
Performing maintenance will keep the equipment running at it's peak efficiency and offers us a chance to find any issues with the equipment before those little issues become major problems.