Fast, reliable Heating and Air Conditioning tune-ups and inspections for all makes and models.
Don't wait until hot or cold weather arrives to turn on your heating and cooling system, only to find that your furnace won't turn on, there's a leak, or the air conditioning isn't working. When you call GeoFurnace Heating & Cooling, LLC to have service, you can expect prompt service and a thorough inspection of your central heating and cooling system. We service all types of furnaces and air conditioning, including natural gas, oil, electric and propane.
Call us at 231-943-1000 today to schedule complete furnace or air conditioning inspection and service.
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Benefits of regular heating and cooling maintenance
- Optimal home comfort
- Reliable performance
- Better efficiency
- Extended life
- Lower repair costs & increased energy savings
What to expect from your maintenance appointment
Your Heating and Cooling system requires annual service and maintenance to make sure it performs as it should. Even if it appears to be working properly, it’s smart to schedule a service appointment. The inspection and maintenance work performed by one of our experienced, full-service HVAC technicians will ensure safe, efficient operation and help prolong the life of your system.
The checklist for a typical service will include the following work:
- Visual inspection. Your technician will check not only the furnace, but also the fuel line, flue pipe, main plenum and ductwork.
- Combustion safety. It's important to make sure that your furnace is venting correctly, with no danger of combustion gasses getting into your living space.
- Filter check. A dirty filter will be replaced or cleaned. When air filters become clogged with dirt, dust, pet dander and other particulates, air flow is reduced and system efficiency plummets. The HVAC tech will also confirm proper filter size and type. Filters should be replaced at least once every season -more often if the family has pets or a remodeling project underway.
- Furnace cleaning. Removing carbon, soot and other combustion byproducts from the burner and combustion chamber helps to promote more efficient operation.
- Blower check. By listening to your system's blower and performing a visual inspection, your HVAC specialist will be able to determine if there's a bearing or balance problem.
- System check. Part of the service includes running the furnace and blower to confirm that the thermostat is working correctly and that warm air is being delivered to your living space.
- Occupant issues. Let your technician know if certain parts of the house are colder or draftier than others. Our experts are trained to identify other factors that affect home comfort and energy efficiency. Even if your furnace is working perfectly, your house may have insulation, air leakage or ductwork conditions that impact comfort and energy efficiency.
Other factors that affect furnace performance, comfort & heating expenses
- Air leakage. Small cracks & gaps throughout your house allow heated air to escape and cold winter air to enter. As a result, your furnace must work harder to maintain warmth. Sealing these leaks (especially between your living space and the attic) will put less pressure on your heating system.
- Attic insulation. Most homes don’t have nearly enough attic insulation. Sealing air leaks, combined with an insulation upgrade, can cut heating costs by 40%.
- Leaky ductwork. Conditioned air that escapes through duct leaks can diminish HVAC efficiency by 20%.
- Duct insulation. Ductwork that runs through a cold attic or crawl space will cool the heated air coming from your furnace. Solve the problem by having this ductwork insulated.