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Top Furnace Maintenance Mistakes to Avoid

Even though springtime has arrived, Cincinnati could still see a few more storms before the season really takes hold. With decades of experience providing quality service to the city, our professionals at Hader Heating and Air Conditioning know just how important it is to keep your furnace in good condition so it will be ready to go when winter rolls around again.

The best way to care for your furnace is with routine maintenance. However, there are certain bad habits you may have which might be causing problems. Our experts outline the furnace maintenance mistakes you need to avoid at all costs in this post.

Not Getting Professional Help

Changing filters regularly is part of a good heating and air conditioning routine. but that isn’t all. Most homeowners believe that as long as they keep the area around the furnace clean and follow the manufacturer’s instructions regarding filter changes, everything will be fine. However, the truth is it’s also important to get seasonal tune-ups and inspections to keep your system in excellent condition so it will run smoothly.

Not Following a Schedule

Furnaces need regular service, along with all other HVAC components, generally speaking. All schedules must be adhered to and all requirements met. Failing to do so could severely impact the performance of your furnace, and by extension hurt your overall energy efficiency. This also applies to any pertinent repairs that might come up. It’s always a good idea to have all issues addressed as soon as they ‘re identified so they don’t get worse.

Not Getting Warranty Coverage

When your Hader HVAC technician arrives to install a new or replacement furnace, you’ll have the option to get a warranty. Unfortunately, not many homeowners choose to get a warranty, even the extended version. This is a bad idea, since warranties work like an insurance policy just in case the equipment installed shows early signs of problems.

Let our HVAC specialists at Hader help keep your furnace in good condition throughout the season by giving us a call at (513) 661-1910 or filling out our contact form to schedule a service visit and request a free estimate on new HVAC installations today. We serve homeowners in Cincinnati and nearby areas.

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