You wouldn’t set sail across the Atlantic without first inspecting your ship. You wouldn’t go on a fishing expedition without first oiling up your reel. And we’re certain you wouldn’t step into the ring with heavyweight champ Tyson Fury without getting a pre-match physical, and possibly sitting down with a good estate planning attorney beforehand.

You like to be prepared for the challenge ahead. That’s why if you live or do business in Sioux City, IA or its surrounding tri-state area, you can’t do without O’Connor Heating & Cooling’s $129 fall clean-up and furnace tune-up special. Our expert HVAC maintenance team will make certain your heating system is ready for the most brutal temperatures a Midwestern winter can throw your way.

 

Now Is the Time to Schedule Heating System Car

Annual furnace maintenance isn’t just an investment in your winter comfort. It will help you spend less money on energy bills. It will make your furnace last significantly longer. It will also spare you from having to go without heat during the coldest days of the year. Here’s why!

  • Fall HVAC maintenance improves heating efficiency. An efficient heating system uses less energy to produce the same desired result: a cozy home or commercial property. Our systematic approach to furnace maintenance includes cleaning the blower and its motor, ensuring that the blower access door closes correctly, inspecting the vents for signs of leaks, lubricating moving parts, and several other key tasks which help the furnace generate and circulate heat without wasting energy.
  • Fall HVAC maintenance increases safety. Our team doesn’t just help our clients avoid disaster by testing their furnaces’ safety controls. Our commitment to safety includes inspecting the heat exchanger for cracks that could cause carbon monoxide poisoning, testing the blower motor to make sure it will not self-combust, and checking the mechanism which prevents dangerous fumes from accumulating indoors as the result of a blocked exhaust pipe.
  • Fall HVAC maintenance prolongs furnace lifespan. Your furnace is an intricate assemblage of many moving parts. When one of those parts wears down or breaks, it accelerates wear and tear on several interconnected components. By replacing your furnace’s old filters, checking its belts for signs of cracks and fraying, calibrating its thermostat, and inspecting its electrical connections for signs of corrosion and detachment, we’ll help it last appreciably longer.
  • Fall HVAC maintenance provides peace of mind. Sometimes a furnace breakdown simply isn’t preventable – but that doesn’t mean you shouldn’t take every precaution against one. When you hire an HVAC professional to go over your heating system with a fine-toothed comb, you’re buying peace of mind that you won’t wake up inside a refrigerator during the coldest day of the year. HVAC companies are always busiest when it’s extremely hot or cold outside. That means you may not be able to count on receiving emergency repairs when you most need them. An ounce of prevention truly is worth a pound of cure!

 

We Replace Furnaces Before They Fail

Our team knows every trick in the book when it comes to extending a furnace’s functional lifespan. But don’t forget: the average furnace usually lasts for 15 to 30 years. If we detect that your furnace can’t be trusted to heat your property for the duration of another Iowan winter, then we offer the perfect solution. Our partnership with Rheem guarantees that we can install an energy-efficient, long-lasting and affordable replacement furnace before the coldest days arrive!

All the winter heating tips in the world won’t do you a lick of good if your furnace breaks down. If you’d like to avoid discomfort, frozen pipes, and a colossal headache this winter, then we welcome you to contact O’Connor Heating & Cooling today for routine maintenance, preemptive repairs, or a Rheem furnace that will keep you and your family nice and toasty all winter long. If you ever need our 24/7 emergency service, just call (712) 490-7827!