Before the cold weather hits, have your furnace serviced to avoid potential problems. An ounce of prevention can keep your St. Paul furnace repair company at bay. In fact, besides preventing future furnace problems, an HVAC service call this fall will garner several benefits.

There are statistics that show as much as 75 percent of all furnace repair calls are in some way related to a lack of maintenance. Left unserviced, the odds of your furnace breaking down at the worst moment goes up dramatically, leaving you and your family shivering in the cold. In addition, failing to have your furnace properly maintained could lead to some unhealthy outcomes. Furnace inspections are the best way to reveal carbon monoxide leaks before they become a serious danger. Carbon monoxide poisoning can lead to headaches, nausea, dizziness and even death. The sad statistic is that around 500 people do succumb to the thralls of carbon monoxide poisoning every year. So be safe.

Having a furnace that runs at optimal levels will save money in your utility costs. Besides a clogged air filter that causes your furnace to work too hard, there are several other factors that cause your furnace to run well short of peak levels. In fact, you may even recoup the expense of a furnace inspection in utility savings.

We realize winter seems like a distant dream as the temperatures are still hovering in the 80s and 90s, but it is better to get a task like this out of the way before you get caught up in raking leaves and football and completely forget. Call now.