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Heating Maintenance in East Bay, CA

To keep your heating system running efficiently, regular heating maintenance is essential. The team at Moore Mechanical Heating & Air Conditioning provides heating maintenance to homes in Dublin and the rest of the East Bay area, helping families stay comfortable through the winter months.

Our team of comfort specialists carries the right tools and knowledge to maintain your system, extending the life of your unit and keeping your warranty in place. If we find that your system needs further repairs while maintaining it, we have the parts and tools on board to make sure your furnace is running smoothly.

We pride ourselves on our dedication to bringing families honest, top-quality work. We’ll make sure you understand exactly what’s going on with your system and provide the best service possible. This way, we keep your heating unit running safely and efficiently.

For all of your heating maintenance needs in the East Bay area, call us today at 925-307-6479 or contact our team of heating maintenance experts online!

Heating Maintenance in East Bay: Why Should You Invest?

You may have heard in the past that regular check-ups are important for your heating unit. But, do you know the benefits of taking the time to schedule these appointments annually? Regularly scheduled heating maintenance is essential because it:

  • Prolongs the life of your system
  • Helps keep your warranty in place
  • Ensures fewer breakdowns and less repair calls
  • Will improve your system’s efficiency, saving you money
  • Keeps your system running safely

Moore Mechanical can offer these benefits no matter what sort of HVAC appliance you have. From furnace maintenance to water heater tune-ups, we can help your home’s heating system return to peak form! We also offer commercial heating maintenance in Dublin and the surrounding areas.

Make sure to check out our monthly specials for additional savings on heating repair and maintenance costs!

What Happens During a Heating System Tune-up?

The heating experts at Moore Mechanical follow a 21 point heating maintenance procedure. These 21 points cover your whole heating system to make sure it is running safely and efficiently. The 21 point procedure includes inspections of all parts, a thorough cleaning of your system, and testing and monitoring to make sure your the entire heating system is working correctly. This extensive maintenance procedure lets you have peace of mind that your system is safe, efficient, and effective.

Moore Mechanical truck outside of a clients home.

Moore Mechanical also offers a Comfort Protection Club with differing membership levels to meet any homeowner’s needs and budget. A protection club membership includes annual maintenance appointments, VIP treatment, discounts on repairs and diagnostics, and purchase accruals that can be put towards new system installation.

What are you waiting for? Join our Comfort Protection Club and start saving on heating tune-ups today!

Choose Moore Mechanical for Heating Maintenance & Tune-ups

When you contact Moore Mechanical, you can expect the best level of expertise and service. All of our heating and cooling technicians are NATE-certified and possess expert knowledge and training. We always aim for 100% customer satisfaction. Our team has specialized in heating and cooling repairs, maintenance, and replacement for over 35 years, and in this time we’ve worked hard to build a reputation as a quality service provider.

If you are in need of heating maintenance, contact our team of comfort specialists today at 925-307-6479. We’re looking forward to working with you!

  • Maintaining Your Heater
  • Our 21 Point Maintenance Procedure
  • Tips to Maintain Your Heater

Maintaining Your Heater

Your heating and air conditioning system is one of the most expensive appliances you have in your home; that is why having yearly maintenance performed by Moore Mechanical Heating & Air Conditioning is such a wise decision. Heating maintenance will keep your system running as efficiently as possible, prolonging the life of your system, lowering your utility bills, and saving you from unwanted repairs.

A heater requires regular maintenance for the unit to function effectively and efficiently throughout its years of service. Neglecting necessary maintenance ensures a steady decline in the heater’s performance while energy use steadily increases. In some circumstances, some manufacturers will even void equipment warranties if they are not regularly maintained by a professional. Call Moore Mechanical today to schedule your 21 point precision tune-up.

Heating Maintenance Procedure

Moore Mechanical Heating & Air Conditioning will perform a 21 point precision tune-up on your heating system. Points include, but are not limited to:

  1. Clean or replace filters
  2. Monitor CO levels
  3. Inspect heat exchanger
  4. Clean drain lines
  5. Clean indoor coil
  6. Inspect ductwork
  7. Monitor volts/amps
  8. Inspect electrical connections
  9. Inspect capacitors
  10. Inspect gas ignition
  11. Inspect exhaust flue
  12. Clean blower motor
  13. Clean burners
  14. Clean flame sensor
  15. Perform gas pressure test
  16. Confirm proper temperature rise
  17. Check safety switches
  18. Clean return air housing
  19. Check thermostat operation & settings
  20. Test gas lines for leaks
  21. Clean exterior of unit

Tips to Maintain Your Heater

Furnace Filters
The most important maintenance task that will ensure the efficiency of your heater is to replace or clean its filters routinely. Clogged, dirty filters block normal air flow and can reduce the effectiveness of your system. With normal air flow obstructed, air that bypasses the filter may carry dirt directly into the evaporator coil and impair the coils heat absorbing capacity. Keeping the filter clean can also lower your heaters energy consumption by 5% — 15%. We recommend that you clean or replace your air conditioning systems filter(s) every month or two during the peak season. Filters may need more frequent attention if the heater is in constant use, subjected to dusty conditions, or is located in a pet-friendly household.

Heat Exchanger
Check the physical integrity of the heat exchanger. Leaky boiler heat exchangers leak water and are easy to spot. Furnace heat exchangers mix combustion gases with house air when they leak—a vital safety reason to have them inspected.

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