Heating Safety

In October, and even as early as September, homeowners in Colorado begin doing furnace tune and clean. Do you need to?
Typically, Colorado gets snow towards the end of October for the first time in the winter season. Dealing with cold weather prompts many of us to turn that furnace on to take that chill off.
Furnace checks help troubleshoot problems such as potentially dangerous electrical system or filter issues. The tune and clean ensures your heating system is operating at peak performance and it is one of the easiest and cost effective home maintenance items for your home. Heating system preventative maintenance is critical because small problems can grow fast and expensive very quickly. Running efficient equipment also helps keep energy expenses lower.
A quick and easy furnance tune and clean by a NATE Certified Heating Technician at Garvin’s Sewer Service takes only about an hour and is being offered at a Pre-season Rate of $125 from Sept. 15, 2011- Oct. 15th, 2011
Mention Code NATE for this special rate (Normally $150)

When you get your furnance tuned, also check your CO2 detector for functionality. Don’t have a CO2 detector? It can save your life! Ask about them when you call to schedule. They are required by law to be in all residential Colorado homes! Get yours today!

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