Furnace Maintenance in Phoenix: The Key to Long-Lasting and Efficient Performance The best way to avoid bad performance and efficiency issues is to schedule annual furnace maintenance with Bob Brown Service Experts Heating & Air in Phoenix. Our expert furnace maintenance technicians have you covered. They’ll perform our industry-leading 23 point furnace Precision Tune-up; plus, you’ll be worry-free knowing our 9 are NATE-certified, meaning they’ve gone through rigorous training and are very qualified to do any furnace maintenance. A properly maintained furnace will stay in prime working condition longer, providing continuous warmth throughout the winter season. At Bob Brown Service Experts in Phoenix, we offer a plethora of furnace maintenance and tune-up plans. Some of the most important checks include: Check and clean gas burner section Our experts inspect the heating exchange surface for cracks or signs of wear, which has a strong impact on efficiency. Verify correct airflow and blower operation This practice ensures air is properly circulating through your home to produce the highest comfort. Confirm calibration of gas valve We analyze your unit’s fuel operation to ensure the right pressure is delivered to the furnace. A properly functioning gas valve is crucial for efficiency and safety. Examine all electrical components A number of your system’s electrical parts should be examined annually for damage, corrosion and safe operation. A problem with one of these parts is the last thing you need on a cold winter night! Comfort System Inspection This heating and cooling service covers 29 checks. It also includes our exclusive 11-point Home Health™ Report Card so you can see any indoor air quality risks in your home. Not only could routine furnace maintenance reduce repair costs, it can also help lessen your energy bill, and that’s money back in your pocket. When the equipment is correctly maintained, it simply runs more efficiently. Explore our Maintenance Plans, or call 623-243-4517 to schedule a tune-up for your furnace today.