Your heating system has been on vacation this summer. Before you crank it up, it’s important to make sure the system will turn on when you need it and run smoothly throughout the cold months. Where today’s HVAC equipment is more sophisticated and energy efficient, the advanced technology is comprised of even more moving parts that can wear out and require proper maintaining. Below are some of the advantages of you will receive from having your heating system tuned up.Avoid unpleasant surpises: Anyone who has experienced their heating system breaking down during cold weather knows how miserable that is. Of course, this is the time HVAC technicians are at their busiest. This means you may have to endure a cold home for several days waiting for an appointment for service. A tune up, in the fall, will give you peace of mind that you won’t have to deal with needing an emergency repair at the most inconvenient time.
Longer equipment life: Having to replace your heating system is always costly, therefore you want your current system to last as long as possible. To get the most life out of you heater, regular maintenance is key; just like regular maintenance on your automobile. An expert will detect a problem before it becomes serious and more costly to repair. You will increase your system’s lifespan with a yearly tune up.
Increased efficiency: Routine maintenance will take care of issues that are lowering your system’s efficiency and causing you to have higher utility bills. Something as simple as a dirty filter can reduce your systems ability to keep you warm and drive up your monthly power bill.
Don’t wait!! NOW is the time to schedule your routine maintenance. Before you need to turn on your heating system. Give MTB Heating and Air a call today to schedule your service.
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