Why is it that people will spend $200.00 every month of the year to have cable tv and internet, but will not clean/service their furnace just once a year for around $100.00?

Over the past couple of weeks, we have made several service calls where we discovered furnaces that had not been cleaned and serviced regularly. In one particular case, we arrived at the door, and after several minutes waiting, a very confused customer opened the door. We could immediately smell fumes, and the customer advised us that she hadn’t been feeling well for a couple of weeks. The furnace had been so neglected in the past that we literally had to bust the smoke pipe off to get at the top of the furnace to clean it. Some of the pictures below are from that particular service call. Not only were there potential health issues as a result of the furnace working poorly, but the extra cost of oil that had been spent to run this inefficient furnace would have easily been in the hundreds of dollars – much more than the cost of a simple annual cleaning. There was a happy ending to this potentially dangerous situation. During a follow-up visit today, the customer indicated to us that she is feeling better, and that the air quality in her home is much better. Putting off your annual furnace cleaning is not worth the potential health hazards to your family. It will also end up costing you more money in the long run because you’ll have to buy more oil to keep an inefficient furnace running, and you may be faced with huge repair costs in the end.

If you want to know more about this, please give me a call at 902-393-9904.

Dave Cantelo



               A furnace that has not been                        The customer told us this furnace had been

               regularly cleaned.                                        cleaned by an oil company a few months ago.








              One of our top five worst furnaces    

              ever cleaned.








               Working on a plugged furnace.                      This device keeps pressure on your

                                                                                       system and often needs replacement.








                                            This is how a good technician's hands

                                         should look after working on your furnace. 

                                        It's a dirty job...but somebody's got to do it!











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