A furnace failure is the last thing you want during the winter, but it is sadly a fact for hundreds of Exton homeowners who have obsolete or poorly maintained furnaces and HVAC units. You can't always predict when a furnace will break down, but you will be prepared to deal with the problem right away if you have a team of dependable furnace repair professionals on your side. PJ MAC HVAC is committed to providing you with the best customer service in the Exton area, as well as excellent results that you won't find anywhere else. We are a family-owned and operated company that understands what Exton homeowners need to keep their homes warm and their energy bills low even on the coldest winter nights. If you need urgent repairs or simply want to learn how to improve the performance of your furnace during the winter, we will guide you in the right direction.
PJ MAC HVAC, a trusted Exton furnace and boiler repair contractor, has been providing outstanding heater and air conditioning treatment to residents of Exton and neighboring communities since 1999. However, our team has extensive experience working with homeowners in the region. We've been involved in Exton's many communities for over 50 years, providing a wide range of services to keep homes efficient, clean, and comfortable year-round. Over the course of a half-century, we've earned a reputation for dependability and trustworthiness among our customers, and we strive to maintain that with each and every work.
We are committed to providing you with the quality work you deserve, which is why each of our technicians has been hand-picked, qualified, and certified to handle all of your home's most critical systems, from plumbing to HVAC units and even electrical work. They are given in-depth industry expertise as well as high-end equipment available in the repair and installation industry to ensure they can handle any problem your furnace is experiencing without difficulty or cutting corners. At the end of the day, we want to make sure that our technicians can demonstrate that we care just as much for your home as you do.
You'll need to arrange daily tune-ups and repairs from a team of experts to keep your furnace running strong in the cold winter months. Ideally, you can schedule at least one inspection and tune-up with your furnace repair practitioners once a year. Annual tune-ups and inspections enable our technicians to detect minor issues such as minor wear and tear on parts or dirt accumulation early on, enabling them to devise a strategy to avoid potential damage. Fixing these problems when they are still minor stops them from worsening and becoming much more costly to fix. You can probably get away with skipping an inspection or two now and then, but paying for an annual inspection would cost you much less in the long run than paying for repairs. Manufacturer warranties require yearly furnace repairs in Exton to keep the warranty valid.
Although a tune-up is beneficial to the lifespan of your heating system at any time, the most common season to have a professional inspect your heater is fall. Your furnace has been sitting idle all summer, collecting dust, dirt, and other debris, as well as possible damage to critical parts. Cleaning out your machine and replacing worn-out parts before turning on your furnace for the winter is important for ensuring you have warm air and that your furnace is working safely and efficiently.
Of course, there are some things you can do to keep your furnace in good working order between tune-ups. Changing your air filter on a regular basis is a simple but important step in maintaining the quality and efficiency of your furnace. The air filter collects dust, dirt, pet hair, and other particles, preventing it from entering the furnace as it draws air in. However, if the air filter becomes too clogged, your furnace fans fail to transfer air, putting unnecessary strain on your furnace and possibly reducing its efficiency and durability. The frequency with which you should adjust your filter will most likely be specified in your furnace's owner's manual or on the filter's packaging. You should take additional measures to keep your vents clear and on top of your maintenance plan.
These do-it-yourself moves, however, are not a substitute for routine maintenance. You can definitely do your part to keep your furnace safe and reliable, but nothing beats a trained eye when it comes to detecting component damage or other mechanical issues. PJ MAC HVAC can be counted on to provide comprehensive inspections as well as fast, friendly, and dependable service.
It's never too early to give your furnace a tune-up so it can run at its peak in the coming months. We are a family-owned company, and our integrity is very important to us. We will exceed your standards with each visit, ensuring that you always get the results you require and the consistency you deserve.