Have you been nagged by your HVAC contractor about ensuring your furnace and air conditioner are in good working order? We are not surprised, and we do the same thing for our clients. We often receive questions such as “what are the benefits of HVAC maintenance? We are more than happy to explain what makes this seemingly routine service so important. Keep up with Total Air & Heat as we explore the biggest benefits of routine maintenance.
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The purpose of a tune-up and maintenance service is to be proactive and to offer optimizations that will ensure maximum performance throughout the season. We understand, however, that throwing out the word “peak performance” can mean almost anything.
When we say the perks are big, we mean:
- Heating your home more efficiently. Heating your home is not just about strength. You also have to make sure it’s even. When a heating system is properly maintained, cold spots should never occur. Cleaning and calibration by a specialist will improve the air flow and temperature detection, resulting in a more thorough heat.
- Fuel and energy costs are lower. Getting the job done requires less effort and a shorter amount of time when systems are in peak working order. It’s good news for your furnace, but even better for you too, because if it doesn’t have to work as hard, it uses less fuel or energy, resulting in big savings for you.
- A system that lasts much longer. It’s not cheap to buy a furnace or a heat pump, but they’re both necessary. Installing a heating system in Dallas should last as long as possible. Routine tune-ups extend the life of your system by five years on average!
- A heating system that rarely, if ever, breaks down. Breakdowns are annoying and expensive. It is ideal to deal with as few problems as possible, and when you receive maintenance frequently, this can become a reality. Regular cleanings and parts checks prevent most of the common repair problems.
- The quality of the air in the house was improved. A tune-up can even improve air quality! This is because a lot of dust, debris, mold, and pollen that winds up in your home will end up being circulated through the HVAC system. It sits there, blowing cake after cake of dirty air into the house until it’s cleaned out, which is part of a standard tune up.
- The prevention of risks. Although furnace problems are obnoxious, they are generally harmless. On the other hand, electrical issues can pose a huge risk to a home and its occupants. A professional connection check is an important part of preventing the worst from happening to your home.
Do you think the service is sounding pretty good so far? It does to us too! Your heating system should be serviced once a year, or you can seek out a performance agreement plan with your trusted HVAC professionals.