Furnace Maintenance

Your gas furnace is essential to keeping your home warm during the cold. If your furnace struggles to keep you warm or breaks down, you’ll need prompt service from a reputable HVAC team. Have Smith HVAC do a comprehensive furnace maintenance.

Schedule a furnace tune up with Smith HVAC today.

Benefits of Furnace Maintenance

Annual maintenance keeps your furnace operating reliably. Scheduling expert care every fall can also: 

  • Reduce the frequency of repair needs

  • Lower monthly energy bills

  • Boost your furnace’s overall performance and energy efficiency

  • And more

Smith HVAC makes routine maintenance simple with our Maintenance Membership, you will get priority scheduling and exclusive discounts.

Furnace Maintenance

While there are a few simple steps you can take to keep your system in good condition, you’ll need help from an expert for a thorough tune-up. Furnaces consist of complex parts, electrical connections, and other components that require the eye and skill of a professional.  

Whether you have an electric or gas furnace, you can depend on our team to handle its maintenance needs.

During your appointment, we’ll inspect every part of the furnace for signs of damage, loose connections, or other problems and make any necessary adjustments. If we discover a serious problem, we’ll walk you through your options and provide the services you need to keep your home warm all winter.

Let our team keep your furnace operating at peak performance.

Contact us today to schedule an appointment.

Preventative Maintenance

Keeping your furnace working as it should for a full, effective service life means keeping up with routine maintenance each year. Minor problems can develop in even the best systems: electrical connections loosen, seals weaken, thermostats lose calibration, dust carbonizes, and more.

With a furnace tune-up each fall from Smith HVAC, you can make sure you’re ready for the coldest days of the year. A well-tuned furnace operates more efficiently, consuming less electricity or gas.

It will also operate more reliably, meaning less risk of costly breakdowns, and it will operate more safely, with fewer risks of electrical, fire, or ventilation hazards. Getting ahead of these problems is always better than dealing with them after the fact. 

It’s inevitable that any furnace will require repairs. Still, you can make those repairs less frequent and less severe. It just takes a little preventative maintenance from a team that can maximize your investment.

Contact Smith HVAC to schedule your maintenance today.


Why Choose Us?

For expert furnace maintenance in Utah, choose Smith HVAC. Our technicians are trained experts. We directly warranty our work and the parts we sell. Plus, we offer upfront pricing, so there are no surprises when you get your invoice. 

When you choose Smith HVAC, we’ll ensure your furnace is ready to keep you warm all winter.

Contact our team today to request furnace maintenance.

Frequently Asked Questions

How often should I schedule furnace maintenance?

Winters in Utah are often brutally cold, making your furnace work hard to heat your home. Scheduling professional maintenance in the fall ensures your furnace is ready to fight off the chill.

How often should I replace my furnace filters?

Typically, furnace filters should be replaced every three months. During heavy use periods, you should check your filter more often. It may need monthly replacements to keep your air clean and your furnace working properly.

Can I do furnace maintenance myself?

While you may be able to change your filter and clean your furnace, a professional technician can accurately diagnose and fix any problems. Plus, working with natural gas is dangerous and should be left to trained professionals.

What does a professional furnace tune-up involve?

During your appointment, we will:

  • Inspect each part of your system for damage

  • Calibrate the thermostat

  • Check flue connections

  • Check electrical connections

  • Test for Carbon Monoxide

  • Clean the unit

  • inspect the heat exchanger

  • Check vents for blocks

  • Inspect gas lines and pressure

  • And more