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End of Summer Furnace Check-in

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End of Summer Furnace Check-in

There may be many of you focussing on getting the most out of the rest of your summer, thinking about barbeques, the cottage, fires, the beach… the last thing on your mind might be your furnace… but we are here to remind you that now is the perfect time!

Why might you service your furnace in the summer months?

Being that it is the end of the summer months, now is the perfect time to have your furnace and heating system inspected to see if it needs to be cleaned or serviced.


Fall is coming!


Being prepared for the cooler months before they arrive is the best and most efficient way to make sure your house is ready and in order to keep you and your family comfortable.


Just like our bodies, and your car-- it is important to get your furnace checked and treated regularly to maintain it’s health. If there are any signs that parts are beginning to wear, detecting that early can save you expensive and inconvenient repairs in the future.

There are many benefits to getting your furnace checked before the cooler season! An efficient furnace that is running well is less expensive to operate, which can save you money on your bills this upcoming fall/winter season. Additionally, a clean furnace and heating system also results in better air quality in your home. And finally, a maintained furnace is quieter, which will result in a more enjoyable, comfortable and warm home in the cooler months.


But Why Now? A Few Reasons:

After labour day, service providers will be getting a lot busier. So by booking an appointment now, you will beat the rush and schedule an appointment when it is most convenient for you! likely save money by doing it in the offseason.

Fall always creeps up on us quicker than we think, and you don’t want to discover that you have an issue with your furnace when you need it most. By having some maintenance or service work done ahead of time, you can avoid service interruptions, expensive repairs or those inconvenient emergency service calls. Having peace of mind that your furnace is in good shape before the season will help you rest easy before the cooler season arrives.

Overall, it might be the last thing on all of our minds, but it is smart to start getting your furnace and heating system checked out to make sure everything will run optimally and efficiently when the winter season arrives.


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If you are looking to invest into an Air Conditioning Unit or have any inquiries about furnace or air conditioner unit installations, repairs, or emergency services etc. to keep cool this season, please reach out to us at any time at the following:
Phone: 1-905-275-4500
Email: Info@applewoodac.com


The professionals at Applewood have been providing Ontarian’s with the absolute best in air conditioning and heating service for almost five decades. The mission of our family owned and operated service is to help consumers attain maximum home comfort and energy efficiency, while keeping costs to a minimum. Contact our knowledgeable team today to learn more about how we can help you meet your home comfort goals.

Contact us for advice you can trust and service you can depend on.

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