Furnace Inspection

Do you want your furnace to function at the highest level? Would you like to increase the longevity of your furnace as much as you can? What you need are regular furnace inspection. The HVAC experts at Beehive Heating and Air offer this service in and around Salt Lake City. It’s not enough to invest in a quality furnace; you have to maintain it too. Otherwise, you’re bound to encounter avoidable problems. We provide a comprehensive furnace inspection service to check how your furnace is performing and optimize it where required. Tuning up your furnace will improve its functionality and its efficiency. That means you’ll spend less on energy bills. It’s well worth arranging this service if you want your furnace to last and work well for the longest time possible. You can book a furnace inspection at any time, but it’s particularly recommended in the run up to the colder months when your furnace will be used much more frequently. Don’t hesitate to book your furnace inspection with the talented technicians at Beehive Heating and Air! We proudly serve the Salt Lake City area.

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What is a furnace inspection?

A furnace inspection is an in-depth inspection of your furnace performed by a qualified technician. During this service, your Beehive Heating and Air team member will clean your furnace mechanisms and adjust them so that they’re operating to the highest standards.

An annual furnace inspection can detect issues before they become more serious, so if you want to avoid a breakdown over the colder months of the year, this service should be considered essential.

Without a yearly inspection, your furnace will experience strain that could shorten its lifespan. When your equipment isn’t working efficiently, it’s working harder, and this means it will deteriorate sooner. This is why regular furnace maintenance is a wise investment.

When your furnace operates efficiently, it’s not just likely to last longer. It’s also going to result in lower energy bills. Although you have to pay for the service, it can save you money in the long run.

Have you checked your furnace warranty recently? Most warranties insist on regular inspections by licensed HVAC technicians. Make sure you’re in compliance with your warranty by getting your yearly service. Otherwise, repairs and replacements later won’t be covered.

There are safety reasons to organize your furnace inspection with Beehive Heating and Air too. A neglected furnace can quickly become a dangerous appliance due to the possibility of carbon monoxide leaks.

Of course, furnaces have protective systems in place to protect you, but leaks can develop in faulty systems. Issues like cracked heat exchangers or broken coils can result in carbon monoxide leaks. Nobody wants to expose their household to this danger.

For this reason, furnace inspections should be considered a must. They’re a necessity, not a luxury. Avoid future breakdowns and leaks, reduce your bills, and keep your furnace functioning properly by scheduling at least one a year. This will keep you within your furnace warranty too.

What does a furnace inspection include?

You can think of a inspection as your furnace’s physical: it’s a comprehensive health check performed by an HVAC specialist to ensure that every single part of the system is in good working order. You should hire a professional to undertake this work because they have the tools, the techniques, and the knowledge to perform it correctly.

During a inspection, you can expect the following:

Your technician will lubricate moving parts of your furnace, like the motor bearings.

Your technician will check your fan belt tension and adjust it if necessary.

Your technician will check voltage and current.

Your technician will tighten your electrical connections if they’ve come loose.

Your technician will lubricate moving parts of your furnace, like the motor bearings.

Your technician will check your fan belt tension and adjust it if necessary.

Your technician will inspect your heat exchanger.

Your technician will test your exhaust system.

Your technician will inspect your burner and clean it if required.

Your technician will verify your gas pressure and adjust it if necessary.

Your technician will test your ignition system.

Your technician will test the connections to gas or oil lines to ensure they’re working well.

Your technician will verify your system controls.

Your technician will inspect your condensate drain and, if it’s blocked, they will clear it too.

Your technician will clean the inside and outside of your furnace.

Your technician will check your air filter, change it if necessary, and advise you if another air filter would serve you better.

Your technician will test the carbon monoxide levels of your furnace to ensure it’s operating safely.

Your technician will inspect your thermostat and calibrate it so it’s performing optimally.

Beehive Heating and Air offer furnace inspections in Salt Lake City

With multiple other HVAC services operating in the Salt Lake City area, you may wonder why so many people continue to choose Beehive Heating and Air. It’s because we offer the following.

Peace of mind

When someone hires an HVAC service, they want to be sure that they’re getting trained professionals. We’ve been in operation in Salt Lake City for decades now, and the community knows that we deliver consistently excellent customer service.

We’ve earned our reputation as a reliable HVAC company, and our customers enjoy complete peace of mind when they hire us for their furnace inspection. They know that we’ll get the job done right the first time and that we won’t cut any corners.

Work guaranteed

To add to that peace of mind, we offer a 100% guarantee to every customer that uses our services: if you’re not happy with the work we deliver, you can demand a re-do or a refund. We’re confident offering that guarantee because we know that we’re capable of exceptional customer service.

If you’re a potential customer wondering whether it’s worth it to take a chance on a company you’ve never used before, we hope this provides you with additional reassurance. You’ll receive service that meets (or hopefully exceeds) your expectations, or you’ll receive a refund.

Emergency repairs

A furnace inspection can be organized at any time; it’s not an urgent service, although it is a very necessary one. What about if you experience a serious furnace emergency though?

Don’t worry; you can count on us. Beehive Heating and Air offers 24/7 service in the Salt Lake City area for serious problems like this.

We want to be there for our customers exactly when they need us. Furnace problems can become health and safety concerns very quickly. That’s why we’re available around the clock, in case you have an emergency HVAC issue that requires immediate professional intervention.

Flexible financing

If a furnace inspection wasn’t included in your budget but you’d like to enjoy this service, you don’t have to save up first. We offer flexible financing options that mean you can access a furnace inspection now and pay for it over a longer period of time.

To apply, all you have to do is complete a short online form. You’ll receive a response in no time at all. Our customers appreciate that this makes our high quality service even more accessible regardless of their financial circumstances.

Value for money

Our objective is to always provide the best quality service at the most reasonable price. To us, it’s not about providing the cheapest service or the most exclusive one: it’s about making superior HVAC services accessible to everyone in the Salt Lake City community.

If you’d like to know how much a furnace inspection would cost, feel free to contact us for a no-obligation quotation. You might be surprised by how affordable our rates are.

Why get a furnace inspection?

Are you wondering whether a furnace inspection is really necessary? As HVAC experts, we’d definitely recommend arranging this service at least once a year. Here are the advantages that you enjoy when you do.

Prevents the need for future repairs

As your furnace ages, there’s a higher potential for problems. This is especially true if you’re not performing the necessary maintenance. Minor issues soon become serious problems if they’re left unidentified and unaddressed.

A regular furnace inspection can prevent these issues from becoming more complicated. An experienced HVAC technician will be able to identify any problems that are on the horizon and take proactive measures to prevent them from occurring.

The fact is that when your furnace is left to deteriorate, it has to work much harder to provide the same heating results. The harder it works, the quicker it deteriorates. This is a cycle that can result in an unexpected full breakdown.

That’s unless you have a regular inspection, that is. Our technicians will interrupt this cycle and keep your furnace performing at the highest levels for as long as possible.

Increases furnace efficiency

Have you invested in a new, super-efficient furnace? That’s great, but it doesn’t mean you can ignore your maintenance responsibilities. If you don’t subject your furnace to regular inspections, that efficiency will decline fast.

When a furnace performs inefficiently, it has to be run longer to achieve the same results as before. What does that mean? That its parts will wear out sooner and your energy bill will be higher than expected.

Regular inspections keep your furnace operating with maximum efficiency, so investing in this service makes good financial sense. After all, it means you’ll save money on your energy bills in the long term!

Identifies (and addresses) safety hazards

Furnaces perform an important role in your home: keeping it warm. The last thing you want is to be left without yours in the winter months because it’s broken down. In fact, this could even represent a health hazard depending on the temperatures.

Gas furnaces also pose another risk to health and safety. There is the chance that a faulty furnace emits dangerous levels of carbon monoxide. How will you know if yours is doing that? Unfortunately, you won’t.

Carbon monoxide has no color, odor, or taste. By the time you realize it’s in the air, it could be too late to avoid poisoning. This is why you need to schedule regular furnace inspections. If there’s an issue that could lead to a gas leak, we’ll address it then and there, keeping you and your family safe.

Keeps you within your warranty

When you buy a furnace, it generally comes with a warranty. This means certain repairs are covered if they occur within a specified period of time. If your furnace breaks down completely when it’s still within its warranty, you may be entitled to a replacement or a refund.

However, warranties come with terms and conditions that must be observed. One of them is likely to be that you must have your furnace professionally serviced on a regular basis. If you haven’t been subjecting your furnace to annual inspections, you may have invalidated your warranty.

This is bad news as it means you could be liable for costly repairs or replacements in the future. When you buy a new furnace, check it’s warranty, and make sure that you’re abiding by its terms to guarantee that you retain its coverage.

Extends the lifespan of your furnace

We can all agree that a furnace isn’t the most exciting thing to spend money on. Even we believe that, and we’re major geeks for HVAC technology. If you want to avoid buying a new one sooner than strictly necessary, you have to keep your current one in good condition.

How can you do that? By arranging regular inspections, of course! You can extend the lifespan of your furnace by getting a technician to maintain it on a regular basis. We recommend this service to be performed at least once a year.

We’ll help you avoid any serious issues that could put your furnace out of action and we’ll ensure it’s performing efficiently so its mechanisms aren’t worn out prematurely. You shouldn’t have to replace your furnace earlier than expected!

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