Time to Get Your Heater Ready for Winter with Annual Maintenance!

We know you may be saying that with temperatures as they currently are – in the 70s and 80s – why in the world would you need to schedule heating maintenance? Well, the fact is that we are in November, and whether we like it or not, our nights, and some of our days, are going to get chillier. And when this happens, you need to know that your heating system is ready to go. The best way to do this? Schedule annual heating maintenance with the pros from Certified Air Systems, Inc.!

Do All Heaters Need Annual Maintenance?

In short, yes, they do. And if you have use a heat pump system, your heat pump will actually need bi-annual maintenance because it works year-round.

Why Do Heating Systems Need Maintenance?

Heating systems need annual (or bi-annual) maintenance for the same reason your car needs maintenance: to keep it in good working order for the season. But you stand to gain far more than that when you schedule heating maintenance with professionals who know how to perform maintenance thoroughly, effectively and correctly. Here are some of the other benefits heating maintenance offers:

  • Better energy efficiency – part of the maintenance process is cleaning, adjusting and lubricating the various parts of your heating system. This puts these components into optimal shape to work, which increases the overall efficiency of your heating system.
  • Better comfort – when your system can easily meet your heating needs thanks to annual maintenance, you will be more comfortable throughout your home.
  • Prevents repairs – the thorough inspection your system undergoes during the maintenance appointment allows your technician to detect any problems and get ahead of them before they can blossom.
  • Extends the life of the equipment – putting your heating system into good working order helps reduce the effects of aging.

We aren’t cool yet, but the cool weather is coming to Longwood, FL. Get ahead of it by scheduling heating maintenance with us today!

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