It’s always advisable to schedule furnace maintenance before you turn the system on for the first time, preferably in early fall. However, if you weren’t able to get a professional in to inspect your heating system at the beginning of the season, you can still schedule preventative maintenance. Furnace maintenance in the winter is better than skipping it altogether.
During yearly furnace maintenance, a professional technician will inspect the system and look for signs of wear and tear and safety issues. They’ll also clean components and make small adjustments to increase efficiency and comfort. One of the biggest benefits of professional furnace maintenance is that it can help prevent furnace breakdowns by catching—and resolving—problems early.
This is also the time to ask a certified professional any questions you have about your heating system. Often, we use this time to educate homeowners about the importance of changing furnace filters regularly and we can make recommendations on the best type of filter to use for your specific needs and installed system.
It’s also important to remember that if your furnace is still under manufacturer warranty, a yearly inspection by a professional is usually required to keep the warranty valid. If you skipped the maintenance in the fall or early winter, you’ll want to schedule it now to ensure uninterrupted warranty coverage.
One way to ensure you schedule annual furnace maintenance is to sign up for a Delta Protection Plan. All of our plans include yearly inspection appointments in addition to other benefits such as priority service, 24-hour emergency service and discounts on repairs. Learn more about our different levels of protection.
If you still need to schedule yearly maintenance, we’re still taking appointments.
Contact us to schedule a convenient time.
Delta Air Systems Ltd. has been installing, servicing and repairing furnaces in the Kitchener-Waterloo since the 1950s. We have over 10,000 satisfied customers and only sell with the top furnace brands in the industry.