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How Often Should I Schedule Furnace Maintenance?

How Often Should I Schedule Furnace Maintenance?

Winter is just around the corner, which means it's time to treat your furnace to an annual tune-up! New Jersey winters can be brutal, so it’s important to have your furnace running at optimal level.

Scheduling annual furnace maintenance with Gold Medal Service can do wonders for you and your furnace, such as:

  • Diminish the need for frequent, costly repairs
  • Ensure optimal efficiency, thus saving you money
  • Prolong your furnace's life
  • Provide you with the peace of mind you'll be warm and cozy all winter long!

Scheduling annual furnace maintenance also includes a cleaning and full inspection of your unit to make sure there are no troublesome cracks, ventilation issues, or damaged areas. You could have a carbon monoxide leak and not even know it. Make sure you install carbon monoxide detectors in your furnace and outside of every sleeping area.

You wouldn't go years without having a medical checkup or car inspection, would you? The truth is, your furnace needs just as much attention as your car or health! Tune-ups are vital as they provide added safety and comfort to your home by making sure your furnace is always functioning at its best.

Don't find yourself shivering throughout the frigid cold winter because of a broken furnace. Be proactive by scheduling your annual furnace maintenance visit today with Gold Medal Service!

Gold Medal Service fixes all heating problems - gas furnaces, heat pumps, boilers, and more.

This useful video from the Consumer Education Video Series from one of our heating system providers, Carrier, offers different ways you can conduct your own furnace maintenance before having to call the pros:

Leave it to the home heating experts at Gold Medal to complete your comprehensive and thorough tune-up. Give us a call at (732) 365-3199 or visit our website to schedule your annual furnace maintenance before the frigid temperatures come.

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