It doesn’t get as cold here as it does in the more northern states, but we still look forward to turning on our heaters on cold days. As winter approaches, you’re going to be turning on your heater for the first time this heating season. And when you turn on your heating system, you want it to work perfectly and warm your home quickly.
But what if you turn it on and suspect that something is wrong with your heater? Hearing unusual sounds or having your heater not work as well as it did last season are both signs that you need heater maintenance in Dacula, GA. Sure, you can ignore the signs that something is wrong and hope for the best. But eventually, the damage will spread and lead to your heater not working at all. Instead, you can learn the importance of routine heating maintenance for avoiding those costly repairs.
What to Expect During Routine Heating Maintenance
Routine maintenance should be scheduled once or twice per year. If you have a standard HVAC system, you can get away with annual maintenance. But if you have a heat pump, you want to schedule maintenance twice per year. During a routine heater maintenance appointment, a member of our team assesses your entire heating system, and we can help with all types of units, including:
- Central air conditioners
- Ductless systems
- Heat pumps
We look at wiring, gas connections, and all components large and small. We can replace pieces that are wearing out faster than they should, tighten bolts and screws, clean out dust and dirt, and even lubricate joints so that they work better.
Why Is Heating Maintenance Important?
You may think that nothing is wrong with your heating system. Everything is working fine, so there’s no problem to address. You can always schedule an appointment for later on when something does go wrong. But what if you can prevent problems before they even start? That’s what we do during routine heating maintenance.
Our team of experts knows how to identify even the smallest problems and fix them before they spread. After all, a small screw can come loose and spread damage through your entire heating system in no time. By the time you realize that there’s a problem, your repair bill is much more expensive than if you’d tightened the screw earlier on.
And if you notice something wrong in between routine maintenance appointments, give us a call. Routine maintenance doesn’t prevent all problems, and it’s possible for things to come up in between our annual visits. You don’t have to wait to address concerns.
Your comfort is our business! Reach out to schedule an appointment with our team of experts today and stay ahead of heating repair needs this winter season.