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How Important Is Furnace Maintenance?

Doing an annual furnace maintenance check-up every fall and winter from a reputable San Diego area HVAC company is not only a good idea, but a good investment.

People don’t often think of their HVAC systems as needing to be maintained, but like a car, making sure your cooling and heating system is working correctly is critical. Just like you would take your car in for an oil change, you should make sure to have your HVAC system inspected once a year if not every 6 months. This can help to mitigate future problems, saving you money in the long run.

Heating system maintenance check-ups include inspection of several key components on your furnace or heat pump, including coils, capacitors, compressors, refrigerant, and much more. Your heating system maintenance technician will perform a thorough inspection of all critical components and identify areas that are causing problems—or have the potential to cause serious problems in the near future.

Even if your heating system appears to be working fine that does not necessarily mean it is operating as efficiently as it could. In fact, your furnace or heat pump could be losing more than 5 percent of its efficiency because it is not running at optimal performance. Whether your belts are too loose, your coils are broken, your motors are wearing out, or your coolant levels are low, you could be costing yourself a significant amount of money each year—while also experiencing less than optimal comfort in your home or business.

Our NATE Certified Technicians will provide you with an honest and thorough furnace check-up and alert you of any trouble spots that may exist.



Get ahead of the game in 2016 and schedule your yearly furnace maintenance now. Give us a call at 800-400-4152 or contact us on the web. Our heating professionals will give your furnace or heating pump a thorough review and perform any preventative maintenance necessary to keep your heating system working at peak performance all winter long.

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