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Keeping your furnace in peak condition improves its efficiency and durability. At American Energy Advisors, we offer furnace maintenance and repair services for all makes and models across the Omaha, Elkhorn, Gretna, Papillion, Bellevue and surrounding areas. From furnace cleaning to emergency service after a breakdown, our team is ready to assist you.
Heating your home can account for more than half of your annual energy costs. Along with air conditioners, furnaces are the biggest energy users in your home. The key to ongoing efficient operation is routine preventative maintenance, to help save money on HVAC repairs and replacement costs in the long run.
An efficient furnace will also have fewer mechanical and electrical problems than one that hasn't been maintained very well. Our Energy Saving Service Plan is an a cost-effective plan to help keep your system running smoothly. With this plan, our experts work to detect any minor or developing problems before they become major repairs.
Another big advantage of maintaining your furnace is your comfort. A well-maintained furnace that runs efficiently will deliver the best performance possible during the winter. As well, a well-maintained furnace can help keep indoor air quality and humidity at healthy levels.
Make sure you let your American Energy Advisor technician know about areas that are tough to keep warm, your system may need to be rebalanced. The furnace may not be the problem -- it could be ducts and registers that are not properly set. We can do this for you!
Keep your furnace clean! A dirty furnace wastes fuel and can also overheat, creating a possible safety risk. The single most important thing you can do to keep your furnace clean is to change the filters every two months.
Our Energy Saving Service Plan has an option to include MERV 8 filters (designed to protect you from 70 to 85 percent of contaminant particles down to 3.0 microns) delivered at each semi-annual check up in Omaha and surrounding areas.
Have you noticed any symptoms of a furnace issue? These can include: