The holiday season is the most imperative time to have a well heated home. Not only is the weather becoming increasingly cold, families get together and no one wants to hold a celebration in a frozen home. Your 20 year old furnace might still run and provide your home with some heat in a few rooms instead of evenly heating your whole home comfortably and you might not think anything of it. But the inside of your furnace is a whole other story, before you know it your furnace could die out right in the middle of your Thanksgiving celebration and there’s no worse party crasher. Without proper preventive HVAC maintenance, you won’t know the state your furnace is in. You could have clogged flue pipes forcing exhaust gas and carbon dioxide back into your furnace, if there are indeed cracks or holes in your heat exchanger than all of the acidic gases and carbon monoxide will be flowing back into your home, which won’t be a good thing when the whole family is over for Thanksgiving. With HVAC maintenance you’ll know if your heat exchanger has any cracks or holes in it which is vital to your furnace running properly, keeping your family safe from harm and maximizing your savings on your energy bills each month. Most people don’t realize that heating and cooling your home accounts for 49% of your monthly energy bill. That’s a huge amount, with proper HVAC maintenance service, you can rest assure that you’ll have peace of mind knowing the full history and state of your furnace, you’ll know if there will be any possible failures before they turn into huge major repairs and you’ll be prepared for Thanksgiving and Rochester’s blistering cold winter.
Preventive maintenance is very important to the proper operation of your furnace or any other HVAC equipment, it’s important you have a reputable HVAC technician installing your equipment and performing your maintenance. There have been countless clients that we have seen suffering from improper furnace installations which is another cause of cracked heat exchangers. HVAC Technicians that aren’t properly trained and certified could have sold you an over sized furnace and improperly installed it. Leaving you in double trouble. When your duct work was installed, it could have been improperly sized and isn’t large enough to accommodate the air flow. But the most common reasons for cracked heat exchangers, is not getting HVAC maintenance, improper installations, over heating and safety devices and switches shutting the furnace off. The HVAC Technicians at High Performance Heating are trained to take every aspect of your house into account when they are recommending furnace repairs or replacements. Our HVAC Technicians aren’t salesmen. They are educators. Educating you about the history of your furnace and providing you with the best possible options that are available to you and within your budget. You will approve any work that will be done before our Technicians start the repair process so you are aware of everything that is happening from start to finish. We are available 24/7 to assist you in any emergencies that you may run into, and also provide an 100% satisfaction guarantee that you will be fully satisfied with the work we do or your money back! High Performance is more than just a name, it’s a promise. Give us a call today and make sure your furnace is running safely and ready for this holiday season, stay comfortable in your home after enjoying that nice turkey dinner, all while keeping your furnace at it’s maximum efficiency so you can save the most money this winter. Call us today and you’ll be As Happy As Harold! 585-366-0557