Monroe’s Furnace Maintenance Specialists
Routine furnace maintenance allows us to see the current status of your system and whether it needs any repairs, replacement parts, etc. These appointments give us the chance to make suggestions and perform tasks that will prolong the lifespan of your home heating system, boosting its efficiency in addition to avoiding potential breakdowns.
Our technicians at Monroe Heating & Air would love to tune-up your furnace and perform preventative maintenance before the intense winter months are underway. Doing so will limit, if not eliminate, the need to have to call us for an emergency furnace repair.
Why is Furnace Maintenance Important?
Safety should be a homeowner’s highest priority. Most furnaces we work on are fueled by natural gas. Furnaces that burn natural gas to produce heat are far more unpredictable and become dangerous if they’re not getting checked by a professional regularly. For electric furnaces, electrical wiring can pose a safety concern. Because old or defective wiring can cause furnace fires and other problems, we always check the wiring on electrical furnaces.
Increase the lifespan of the system
The surest way to ensure a furnace lasts for as long as possible is to utilize seasonal maintenance. Furnaces typically only last half as long as they were designed according to manufacturers without it.
Maintain the warranty
Furnace manufacturers will mandate preventative maintenance is performed every year by a certified professional to keep their warranties active and valid on a new system. If the customer fails to do so and forgets to have it done for even a single season, the warranty becomes worthless.
Reduces heating expenses
When a homeowner is consistently and properly maintaining a furnace, they evade the ever-rising spike in heating costs. A cared-for system that’s given the maintenance it needs always runs at its best, as it should, and shares that love right back in relief in its bills.
Long-Term Savings on Your Heating Bill
After each season of usage, a furnace develops wear and tear from the strain of operating, while it also begins to collect dust and dirt build-up. This wears down on their efficiency, as they need more power than before to operate at the same level. A cared-for system runs at its best, and shares that love right back in lower heating costs.
According to the Department of Energy, old systems have an AFUE rating (the ratio of heat generated compared to the amount of fuel required) of about 56% to 70%. Newer, high-efficiency heating systems can convert over 90% of the energy used into heat using condensed flue gases for less wasted energy.
No Matter the brand, we can fix it.
We Service all Brands and Types of Furnaces
Our top-notch team of technicians at Monroe Heating & Air can work on all types of furnaces and heating equipment, as well as any parts connected or used in conjunction with any HVAC system. This includes electric furnaces and heaters, gas furnaces, heat pumps, air handlers, ductless mini-split, and zoned systems, and all other types of heating system products.
We service all brands of heating equipment and HVAC systems, including leading brands like Carrier, Coleman, Trane, Amana, Frigidaire, Comfortmaker, Bryant, Goodman, Maytag, Lennox, Rheem, Tempstar, and more. No matter what brand of heating system you have in your home, regardless of how old or rare it is, we are the right team to call for help.
Air Conditioner FAQ
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Should I repair or replace my A/C?
There are many factors to consider and each situation may vary. We’ll guide you through the checklist to determine if it’s time for a replacement system.
What type of air conditioner should I get?
Choosing the right A/C is crucial for efficiency. Every home and situation is different. We’ll inform you about the different types of A/Cs available these days.
Why is my A/C leaking water?
If your A/C is frozen, it may leak water. Or, you may have loose piping. Leaking water can damage your home and create mold, mildew, and bacteria.
What is A/C Refrigerant?
Refrigerant is a compound typically found in either a fluid or a gaseous state. It readily absorbs heat from the environment and can provide refrigeration or air conditioning when combined with other components such as compressors and evaporators.
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Monroe Heating & Cooling customers can rest assured knowing our technicians will arrive at your home on time with a fully-stocked service vehicle, equipped with all the latest in HVAC technology. We come ready to repair or replace common parts, including ignitors, fuses, pilot lights, breakers, burners, heat strips, heat exchangers, switches, blowers, valves, air filters, control boards, and more.