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Why You Should Get a Heating Tune-up Now on Your Furnace, Boiler or Heat Pump

Posted: June 9, 2017

After a gloomy and cold spring, you’re probably looking forward to the few months of warm summer weather that’s ahead of us. Heating your home is probably the last thing on your mind.

But NOW is actually a great time to take care of the annual maintenance that’s recommended for your home heating system, whether you have a boiler, furnace or heat pump, or heat your home with oil, propane or natural gas.

Our service schedule fills up fast in the fall and we may not always be able to accommodate the time that’s most convenient for you. Fall storms and early cold snaps cause further complications because sometimes we have to cancel scheduled tune-up appointments so that we can respond to no-heat emergencies.

Annual maintenance on your heating system helps to maximize operating efficiency, improve your home’s comfort level, helps to prevent breakdowns and can save you money on fuel. A summer tune-up also allows us to detect and fix minor problems before they get the chance to turn into expensive and inconvenient repairs over the winter.

And don’t worry about getting a heating tune-up early; it won’t “wear off.”

Contact us today to request a heating system tune-up. We also recommend enrolling in a heating service plan before the cold weather returns. A service plan guarantees you an annual tune-up to prevent breakdowns, extend equipment life and cut energy costs by ensuring your system runs at peak efficiency. You will also save money with comprehensive repair coverage and rest easy with our promise of priority service should you ever have a no-heat emergency.

And if you think it’s time to replace your old heating system, now is also the time to get this done. You’ll have plenty of time to weigh your options and make an informed decision about a replacement system. Plus, you can save a lot of money with available manufacturer rebates. Go here to read more.