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Furnace Maintenance in Maryland

Maryland’s Most Trusted Furnace Maintenance Services

Located in the mid-Atlantic, Maryland homeowners—especially those in Montgomery County and Frederick County—often experience both ends of Mother Nature’s weather spectrum. Summers are muggy and hot, while winters can result in sub-freezing temperatures, polar vortexes, and piles of snow.

It’s important that your home’s heating system is prepared to handle extreme weather conditions. Regular furnace maintenance can save you thousands of dollars. So, when it’s time to schedule an annual furnace tune-up and maintenance, be sure to contact your friendly neighborhood HVAC professionals at GAC Services!

Give us a call or contact us online to schedule furnace maintenance in your Maryland home—240-224-3144!

Benefits of Regular Furnace Maintenance

There are many advantages to scheduling annual furnace maintenance. Here are just a few benefits of having your furnace inspected regularly:

  • Improved indoor air quality
  • Fewer repairs
  • Reduced repair costs
  • Improved energy efficiency
  • Improved air flow

Scheduling a furnace tune-up each fall also upholds your manufacturer’s warranty, which could save you thousands of dollars when you need furnace repairs.

8 Signs You Need Furnace Maintenance

Regular furnace maintenance will save you money and time in the long run. It’s a good idea to schedule furnace maintenance services at least twice a year, but how do you know when your furnace needs immediate attention? Here are the top 8 signs that your furnace needs to be looked at right away:

  1. Your furnace is making strange noises

If you hear banging or groaning noises coming from your furnace, chances are it’s time to schedule a furnace maintenance appointment. There could be a loose belt, a problem with the ignition, or another issue.

  1. Your furnace is more than 10 years old

The average lifespan of a furnace is anywhere between 10-20 years. If your furnace is more than 10 years old, you should schedule a furnace inspection soon.

  1. Your furnace smells bad

If you notice a strange smell coming from your furnace, it is probably a sign that it needs maintenance. Whether the filter is just dirty or an electrical component needs to be repaired, it is important to schedule an appointment with an HVAC professional to get it taken care of.

  1. The pilot light is yellow or orange, instead of blue

When oxygen levels are restricted, the pilot light on your furnace can turn yellow or orange instead of blue. The air intake valve could be clogged with dirt, so it’s probably time to schedule a furnace maintenance appointment.

  1. Your utility bills are much higher than usual

If your energy bills are increasing, your furnace may not be running properly. Furnace maintenance will ensure your system is running as efficiently as possible so you won’t keep overpaying on utility bills.

  1. Your furnace isn’t keeping you comfortable

When your furnace is functioning properly, it should keep your house at comfortable temperatures throughout the year. If you turn up your thermostat and your home stays chilly, you need furnace maintenance right away.

  1. Your furnace keeps turning off and on

If you notice your furnace turning on, running for a few seconds, and then turning off again, it’s a good idea to schedule a furnace inspection in case it needs to be repaired.

  1. You’ve gotten furnace repairs in the past 2 years

If you’ve needed furnace repairs more than once in the past two years, there’s a good chance your furnace is not in the best condition. Regular furnace maintenance will help detect any issues so you can get them repaired before any more damage is done.

  1. Your carbon monoxide detector goes off

If the carbon monoxide detector goes off, your furnace may not be burning fuel completely. Shut off all your gas appliance-including your furnace-open the window, and call the fire department immediately. When your home has been cleared for re-entry, call an HVAC contractor for furnace maintenance.

When Should I Schedule Furnace Maintenance?

If you notice your furnace is not working properly, do not hesitate to call GAC Services. We’ll send a technician to inspect and tune up your furnace right away. Your entire heating system will benefit from scheduling an annual furnace tune-up in the fall or beginning of winter, just before the peak of heating season.

Learn how you can save on furnace maintenance with a Peak Performance Maintenance Agreement from GAC Services »

Furnace Maintenance Plans

As part of our Peak Performance Maintenance Agreement, you’ll receive award-winning HVAC services in addition to:

20% off repairs – In the event that your furnace needs to be repaired, you’ll receive 20 percent off our repair services.

Priority service – As a member of our Peak Performance Maintenance Agreement, your service calls automatically move to the top of our list.

Seasonal tune-ups – We will tune-up your furnace to ensure it operates at peak performance levels, reducing the chance of mid-season breakdowns.

Schedule Furnace Maintenance in Maryland

You want to be sure your heating system is working properly so your house stays safe and comfortable throughout the year. So, what are you waiting for? Contact GAC Services to schedule furnace maintenance in Montgomery Country or Frederick County, MD. Our licensed technicians will inspect your furnace in addition to the rest of your heating system to ensure the functionality of your home.

"We wouldn’t think of using anyone else. We have always been very satisfied with your service and your wonderful staff. ****** rating!"
John Micheal, MD

We proudly serve the following locations in Maryland:

Montgomery County: Ashton, Barnesville, Beallsville, Bethesda, Boyds, Brinklow, Brookeville, Burtonsville, Cabin John, Chevy Chase, Clarksburg, Damascus, Derwood, Dickerson, Gaithersburg, Garrett Park, Germantown, Glen Echo, Kensington, Laytonsville, Montgomery Village, Olney, Takoma Park, Poolesville, Potomac, Rockville, Silver Spring, Spencerville, Urbana, Washington Grove

Howard County: Clarksville, Columbia, Cooksville, Dayton, Ellicott City, Fulton, Glenelg, Highland, Woodbine

Frederick County: Adamstown, Braddock Heights, Buckeystown, Frederick, Ijamsville, Middletown, Monrovia, Mt. Airy, New Market

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