Furnace Tune-Up

Inspection & maintenance for all electric & gas furnace brands

Scheduling a furnace tune-up every fall can help your heating equipment last longer and keep your energy bills down. Annual furnace maintenance ensures the system components function properly so your furnace runs more efficiently. Trust Aspen Aire for preventive maintenance on your heating system. Our experienced HVAC technicians have been providing furnace tune-ups in Des Moines, Ankeny and central Iowa since 2006. We inspect and maintain all electric and gas furnace brands and models.

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As a Club member, you’ll get free fall furnace tune-ups and spring AC clean & checks with filters. Additional benefits include priority service, regular service rates 24/7, and discounts on parts and accessories. On average, Club members save more than $164 per year, so join today!

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What Does a Furnace Tune-Up Include?

  • Clean furnace interior and exterior
  • Inspect the heat exchanger
  • Inspect and clean the burner
  • Inspect all electrical components
  • Test the ignition system and pilot light
  • Verify and adjust gas pressure
  • Test the exhaust system
  • Inspect the blower motor
  • Lubricate motor bearings
  • Check fan belt tension; adjust if needed
  • Tighten electrical connections
  • Check gas or oil line connections
  • Test carbon monoxide levels
  • Inspect the condensate drain; clear if needed
  • Change air filter
  • Test system controls
  • Check and calibrate the thermostat

Benefits of Annual Furnace Tune-Ups

  • Help Your Furnace Last Longer
  • Save Money on Heating Bills
  • Improve Energy Efficiency
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  • Professional, Clean & Courteous

    “Your crew was professional, clean and courteous. I would highly recommend your company to anyone considering a residential repair or installation.”

    —Jake, Des Moines, Iowa
  • Highly Recommend

    “Had a full HVAC system replacement. Technicians were very knowledgeable, friendly and professional. Quality of work very good. I would highly recommend Aspen Aire.”

    —Hadis Trnjanin

Trust Aspen Aire for Your Fall Furnace Check

For almost 20 years, Aspen Aire has been inspecting and maintaining furnaces and HVAC systems in the Des Moines area. When you schedule your furnace tune-up with us, one of our experienced HVAC technicians will thoroughly inspect your heating system to look for any potential problems that need to be fixed so you’re not left without heat on the coldest day of the year. He or she will also clean and test your furnace to help your equipment operate more efficiently so it will last longer and keep your energy costs down.

Our technician can complete many needed furnace repairs on the spot or recommend options for improving your home’s indoor air quality. And if your furnace is near the end of its lifespan, we can provide you with a free quote for a new high-efficiency Amana, Carrier or Rheem furnace.

Don’t wait – schedule your furnace tune-up before temperatures drop!

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How often do I need to get a furnace inspection?

We recommend having your furnace cleaned and inspected every year in the fall to make sure it’s ready to operate safely and efficiently when winter weather hits.

When is the best time to schedule a fall furnace tune-up?

Your furnace tune-up should be scheduled during the fall, before the heating season begins. Our HVAC technicians aren’t as busy then, so you can get your furnace serviced sooner and ensure it’s ready for the cold Iowa winter.

How much does a furnace tune-up cost?

Forbes reports the national average for an annual furnace clean and check is between $100 and $300. Most HVAC companies, including Aspen Aire, offer furnace tune-up specials in the fall before the start of the heating season.

Is getting a furnace tune-up worth it?

Yes. An annual furnace tune-up is a small investment that can greatly reduce the chances of a costly and unexpected furnace breakdown in the middle of winter.

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