How’s your heating system holding up?
Just like you have to tune up your car from time to time, your heating system needs equal attention each year to make sure it’s functioning properly. If you don’t tune up your heating systems each fall, it’s only a matter of time before they fail and ruin your home’s comfort.
Your heating system is the sum of a lot of parts. Every so often, those parts need to be cleaned and inspected to make sure everything is working as it should be. When you take care of your equipment, it will work more effectively and enjoy a longer life.
Properly-functioning heating systems also consume energy efficiently, and they ensure that your home will be comfortable during the coldest months. As a result, tuning up your heating system each fall is something you can’t afford to neglect.
What Is a Heating System Tune Up?
When you decide to call a technician to your home to perform this essential preventative maintenance, here’s what you can expect to happen:
- Your technician will carefully inspect all components of your heating system, gauging areas of concern and identifying specific parts that may need to be replaced.
- After inspection, your heating system will be thoroughly cleaned. During a tune up, your technician will carefully remove all dirt and soot from your heating system. As a result, your equipment will work much more efficiently.
- The technician will check out other equipment – such as humidifiers and dehumidifiers – to make sure they are operating optimally as well.
Tune Up Your Furnace and Get Ready for Winter
If you’re unsure about how your heating system is holding up, it’s worth considering whether a furnace tune up is right for you.
Rather than waiting for the winter to come to learn that your heating system is malfunctioning, be proactive. In doing so, your family can stay comfortable during the coldest months — and you won’t be surprised when you open your gas bill.
Stay warm this winter, and contact RSC Heating & Air Conditioning to get started on your preventative maintenance.