Heating Maintenance in Knoxville, TN
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No Knoxville area homeowner wants to think about their central heating system breaking down on one of the coldest nights of the year. We don’t want to think about that for our family either! When you contact Fannon & Sons Heating Cooling for your heating maintenance, you can rest assured that you’ll get:
- Efficient and Effective Tune-Up—We Believe Your Time Is Valuable
- Reliable Comfort for You and Your Family
- Family-Oriented Service
When you count on the Fannon & Sons Heating Cooling Family for your heating services, you become part of our family. We’ll make sure that your heating system is in fantastic shape, bringing you the comfort and peace of mind that every family deserves.
Contact us today and schedule a tune-up in the Knoxville area. Welcome to the Family!
At Fannon & Sons Heating Cooling, we are NATE and EPA-certified, meaning we’re well-trained and qualified to conduct thorough furnace maintenance. During your tune-up, the Fannon & Sons Heating Cooling Family will inspect, clean, and adjust any components that need help, looking at factors such as:
- Whether your thermostat is correctly calibrated and reading temperatures correctly.
- If your gas and electrical connections are in good shape, ensure your safety.
- If your air filter needs changing, a clogged air filter can restrict airflow.
Furnace maintenance is especially important for gas-powered systems. While gas furnaces are not inherently dangerous, a lack of proper care can make them potentially harmful. An ill-maintained furnace can lead to harmful consequences, such as carbon monoxide leaks. This is also an important factor to keep in mind if you have a manufactured or mobile home. We specialize in furnace installation in mobile homes, but improper installation and care can lead to big problems.
Be sure to reach out to us today to schedule your next furnace maintenance appointment!
Ductless Heating Maintenance
Ductless heating systems have unique maintenance requirements that central furnaces does not. Due to their setup with multiple air handlers throughout your home, you might have repair needs such as refrigerant leaks behind drywall, air handler splitting from the wall, or even a broken air handler.
All of these problems are a lot less likely with proper installation to begin with, and even less likely with regular, routine maintenance. Since ductless systems are year-round units, both heating and cooling your home, you should have ductless HVAC maintenance done twice a year. After all, they’re heat pump systems and go through a lot more work than the average central furnace. Therefore, they’ll need more maintenance.