Learn More About Gas Furnace Maintenance & Repair

Benefits of Gas Furnace Maintenance

  • Breathe easier with healthier air
  • Fewer emergency breakdowns
  • Safer systems
  • Longer lasting systems
  • Manufacturer warranties remain valid
  • Pay less on heating costs

Gas Furnace Maintenance Checklist

These are some of the things we look at and fix when we find issues with gas furnaces, starting at $140.

  1. Inspection and or repair of heat exchanger from cracks and wear
  2.  Clean and vacuum burners
  3. Clean and adjust pilot & pilot assembly
  4. Fan Switch adjustments to improve efficiency
  5. Inspect safety controls to avoid dangerous problems.
  6. Check for dangerous leaks in the gas line
  7. Check combustion air openings for blockages
  8. Inspect flue pipe for corrosion or leaks
  9. Record temperatures and performance
  10. Secure all loose panels
  11. Lubricate motors & bearings
  12. Inspect and adjust belts and pulleys to increase compressor’s life
  13. Voltage and amp review
  14. Check and calibrate the Thermostat
  15. Replace air filters if needed or desired

What Does a Gas Furnace Maintenance Cost?

Fall Savings Price

September 22, 2020 – December 21, 2020

  • $140 per Gas Furnace

Original Price

  • $169.99 per Gas Furnace

Why Choose N.E.T.R., Inc. for your gas furnace maintenance or repair?

  • 24/7 quick-response service
  • More experience technicians mean the job is done right the first time
  • Based in Andover Massachusetts, also serving Maine and New Hampshire
  • Satisfaction guarantee: If you’re not happy, were not happy
  • A fine-tuned system means better savings and reliability
  • N.E.T.R., Inc. can install and maintain ductless heating systems as an energy efficient option

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