Furnace Service, High Efficient Furnace Service & European Radiator Service in Pittsburgh, PA
Before the cold Pittsburgh weather sets in, it’s essential to make an appointment for your annual furnace check-up. Without seasonal cleaning and inspection, a system can wear out more quickly, lose efficiency and even pump deadly carbon monoxide into your home. When you call Metro Heating & Cooling for preventative service, our licensed technicians will restore your heating equipment to peak capacity, ensuring more affordable, safe, and reliable performance.
Whatever type of heating system you have, don’t wait for a malfunction to call for professional service. A smooth-running system will save you a significant amount of money on fuel, while also warding off problems and prolonging furnace life. While you may be reluctant to invest in regular maintenance, keep in mind that your furnace is probably the most expensive appliance in your home and is expected to handle a heavy workload. Annual service protects that investment, and is also a great deal cheaper than emergency repairs or the price of a new furnace.
The most common cause of HVAC malfunctions is human error. When homeowners fail to safeguard their heating and cooling equipment with seasonal cleaning and inspection, components gradually decrease in efficiency and capacity. Repairs, higher utility bills, contaminated breathing air and safety hazards are the result of neglect. The solution is simple, convenient and cost-effective. Call the professionals from Metro Heating & Cooling, and we’ll take the best possible care of your heating equipment, ensuring the most value and reward from your energy dollar. Our NATE-certified technicians will work within your schedule, arrive within the agreed upon timeframe, complete all work efficiently, and keep a neat and tidy work area.
Reliable Heating Service in Pittsburgh, PA | Furnace Service
Furnace manufacturers recommend yearly inspection and service by a qualified professional. Most warranties are contingent on annual maintenance and stipulate that any damage caused by improper maintenance is not covered. While it is necessary to keep up with regular tune-ups to guarantee warranty coverage of your modern unit, it is just as important to have your older furnace inspected. Newer models are equipped with safety features that shut off the furnace when a problem is detected. Older furnaces have no such features. Over years of service, small cracks can develop in the combustion chamber. These defects may not be visible by the naked eye, but could allow carbon monoxide into your breathing air.
Any heating equipment that is not running at peak performance can pose a danger. Carbon monoxide is a natural product of incomplete combustion. While nearly every gas furnace produces some carbon monoxide, which is handled by venting, a clean system generates very little. On the other hand, a dirty, inefficient furnace can produce deadly amounts. It is not uncommon for families who rely on a defective furnace to experience frequent headaches, nausea, disrupted sleep, and flu-like symptoms. When you have your furnace or boiler inspected by the dedicated professionals from Metro Heating & Cooling, we will make sure of safe and proper operation, troubleshoot, complete a comprehensive cleaning, and boost efficiency.
Preventative service keeps lifetime costs low. A clean, lubricated system wards off wear and tear, component failure, increased energy consumption, and promotes longevity. The majority of heating malfunctions are easily prevented by regular maintenance. When it comes to your HVAC equipment, dirt is the number one enemy. When dirt rests on components such as the motor, air handler or heat exchanger, it creates friction, causing higher energy bills, even while comfort levels decrease. To take the best care of your heating equipment and make sure you enjoy uninterrupted comfort this winter, call Metro Heating & Cooling for annual maintenance. We are a family owned and operated HVAC provider in Pittsburgh, and have been keeping our neighbors throughout Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania warm and toasty since 1957.