It’s that time of year again! There’s a crispness in the air and Pumpkin Spice Lattes are everywhere…fall is here, and so is the time for your heating system tune-up!MTB Mechanical has been helping Charlotte residents maintain functional, cost-effective heating systems in their homes for decades. October is when we see the biggest spike in calls for regular furnace check-ups, so call now to get your appointment scheduled. What should you expect during your heating system check-up?
We’ll do a full visual inspection of your entire furnace system, from the heating elements themselves to the ductwork. This is when your MTB Mechanical technician is likely to discover any obvious issues or signs of wear and tear. We’ll also:
Inspect the heat exchanger,
Check safety controls,
Check thermostat operation,
Check air filter,
Check heating system operation,
Check for deadly carbon monoxide leaks in your furnace, to keep your family safe all winter.
After we’re done evaluating your entire HVAC system and all its components, MTB will provide you with a written assessment. Here we’ll discuss suggestions for replacing or repairing elements of your heater, suggestions for next year, and talk about any general concerns or recommendations we have. We’ll even discuss ways you can save money on your energy bills using your current setup!
Ready for your heating system check-up? It doesn’t get bone-chilling cold in Charlotte until a few months down the road, but the earlier you identify any latent issues in your HVAC system the better. MTB Mechanical is offering some incredible heating specials and deals in Charlotte right now – but they won’t last!
Call today to take advantage of our $89 Heating System Check-Up and our $30 Repair Discount!
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