Just like a car, your heating system needs service and regular tune-ups to run efficiently and avoid unnecessary breakdowns. A full inspection and system tune-up from Ideal Air ensures routinely scheduled preventative maintenance of your heating systems. This helps protect your family from the unexpected and sometimes costly expenses from equipment breakdowns. A tune-up from Ideal Air is designed to keep your system running at maximum efficiency. This results in lower energy costs as well as improved comfort, safety, and convenience for your family. At Ideal Air, it’s our main goal to provide your family with uninterrupted comfort.

Top 10 Reasons to Get the Ultimate Tune-Up This Season

  • Save Money on your Utility Bills
  • Avoid Unnecessary Emergency Breakdowns
  • Prevent Costly Repairs
  • Improve comfort and temperature stability
  • Routine maintenance DOUBLES the life span of the average residential air conditioning system
  • Most health risks associated with home air quality can be dramatically reduced with proper system maintenance
  • A complete system replacement is 70% more likely to be required in systems that have NOT had routine maintenance
  • Safeguard your home and family
  • Be Environmentally friendly by Saving Fuel and Energy
  • Peace of mind

Furnace Tune-Up, Cleaning and Safety Inspection

In order to keep your furnace at peak efficiency, an annual tune-up is necessary!

Proper maintenance of your heating system will prolong the life of your unit and save you from unexpected, costly repairs. To help your heating system run as efficiently as possible and to save you money on electric bills, regular tune-ups are crucial. Before you turn on your system, let Ideal Air make sure that your heating system will be running at its peak efficiency when you need it most.

Each heating system tune-up is performed by one of our highly trained technicians to check for all the following:

  • Visually Inspect Venting
  • Check for carbon monoxide
  • Combustion motor
  • Check Ignition
  • Operation of burners
  • Inspect Heat Exchanger
  • Blower operation, clean if needed
  • Check amperage, oil if needed
  • Check fan belt
  • Fan belt & tension
  • Check condensate drain
  • Check condensate drain wiring
  • Inspect wiring cracks or loose connections
  • Visually inspect heat exchanger for cracks
  • Check calibration and operation of limit controls
  • Fan limit
  • High limits
  • Thermostat calibration and anticipator
  • Check operation of ventor