Heating System Maintenance in Canfield
Proudly Serving The Greater Akron Area
Heating System maintenance is the best way to avoid unexpected breakdowns and costly repairs. By providing furnace tune-ups and inspections, All-Spec service teams can keep your comfort system running smoothly and reliably. Improperly maintained systems get less and less efficient over time, thereby raising your energy expenses and increasing the likelihood for costly repairs and/or early replacement. In order to keep your system operating at peak performance, schedule a routine maintenance inspection for your HVAC system today.
Maintenance for your furnace is really important for the best operating conditions. Our experienced team checks tests, and tunes all major and minor components, and most importantly, checks for gas leaks of any kind. Safety is our top concern, and making sure your furnace is in top condition giving you uninterrupted service during the cold months is our goal.
Maintain All Makes & Models of Equipment
All-Spec Heating and Cooling’s team of certified HVAC technicians are trained to work on a multitude of heating equipment and brands. We specialize in maintaining:
- Gas Furnaces
- Electric Furnaces
- Fuel Oil Furnaces
- Radiant Heat (Hot Water/ Boiler Heat)
- Geothermal Heat Pumps
4 HVAC Maintenance Tips
Replace Your Filter
- It’s a good rule of thumb to replace your furnace filter every 3 months. Dirty filters obstruct air from easily passing through them, causing your heating system to work harder and utilize more energy.
Check Vents & Registers
- It’s important to keep your vents and registers free of dust, dirt and other obstructions such as furniture or curtains. It is recommended that you wipe them clean twice annually to maximize circulation and efficiency.
Set Your Thermostat
- To achieve optimal comfort and energy savings, it is recommended to set your thermostat between 68 and 70 degrees. Take advantage of home and away scheduling for maximum savings.
Schedule Seasonal Maintenance
- To keep your system running at maximum efficiency, make time for your spring and fall tune-ups. Doing so can save you up to 20% on your energy bills annually as well as maximize your systems efficiency, performance and lifespan.