Furnace Service & Troubleshooting in Omaha & Blair

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For the most part, we’re all done complaining about the heat for 2014.

But don’t worry, because that season we probably complain about even more is just around the corner.  You know, the one that starts with “W.”

Between now and then, thank goodness, we have the fall season to enjoy in all its usual splendor – the changing colors, Nebraska football, harvest fairs, and cool, crisp evenings.Burton

 

Not to be Debbie Downers or anything, but let’s not forget that it doesn’t take long before “cool and crisp” turns to “cold and bitter.”  Which makes now the perfect time to make sure your furnace is in top working order for what lies ahead.

There’s no better way to accomplish that goal than with annual preventative maintenance service from Burton.  First and foremost, our goal is to spot and correct any small issues before they can become larger and potentially costly repair problems.  Not to mention the inconvenience and general misery that often accompanies a heating system outage.

During our cleaning and inspection process, we also make sure your system is operating as safely as possible.

Here are just some of the steps we employ for your family’s added comfort, safety, and convenience:

  1. Inspect pilot assembly
  2. Inspect and test gas valve
  3. Inspect safeties and controls
  4. Inspect and adjust burner
  5. Check for air leaks
  6. Clean or replace filter as needed
  7. Check calibration and operation of thermostats
  8. Test for carbon monoxide leaks
  9. And much more

Frankly, we think it’s the most important heating service we offer.  Especially when you consider everything you have to gain, including:

  1. Added safety
  2. Longer system lifespan
  3. Fewer and less extensive repairs
  4. Cleaner indoor air
  5. Lower monthly heating costs

Want to enjoy this fall even more?  Then contact Burton now to schedule our heating system cleaning & inspection service.  And who knows, you might find a little less to complain about this winter.