Your HVAC system needs regular maintenance in order to operate efficiently throughout the year. But when should you schedule your heating system maintenance this year? Read on for Air Today’s recommendations.
Heating system maintenance- When is the best time?
Just like your car, furnaces and heat pumps are complex machines with countless different components. And it’s not hard to imagine what would happen to your car if it never got serviced. Before long, you would be stuck on the side of the road with smoke coming out of the hood. Well, without preventative maintenance, you could find yourself in a similar situation with your HVAC system. Heating system maintenance improves efficiency so your unit runs smoothly, no matter how cold it is. If you skip preventative maintenance, you could be stuck without heat at the worst possible time. So, when is the best time to call? Well, it’s not so much a question of when, but how often. The best rule of thumb is to have your equipment inspected and maintained twice a year. That way, you have reliable heating and cooling throughout the four seasons.
Save money with Air Today
In addition to preventing furnace or heat pump failure, heating system maintenance saves money. Regular maintenance makes your unit use less energy while keeping your home warm and comfortable. Less energy used means less money spent on expensive heating bills this fall and winter. Lower your energy bills with maintenance from Air Today.
Prevent carbon monoxide leaks in Charlotte
Along with higher energy bills, inefficient or damaged gas furnaces can threaten your health if ignored. Gas and carbon monoxide can leak from damaged units, posing safety risks to you and your family. Carbon monoxide in particular is a serious problem, as it is odorless and tasteless. Fortunately, Air Today’s expert technicians can eliminate sources of carbon monoxide leaks from your equipment. We’ll also install carbon monoxide detectors as an extra layer of protection for your home. If your detector is over 7 years old, you should have it replaced anyways. Most homeowners know to replace the batteries, but the carbon monoxide detector itself usually has an expiration date. This can be found on the back of the device.
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