The heating and air conditioning systems in your Mountain City, GA, home are some of your most valuable appliances. When the temperature outside is scorching or freezing, your HVAC system keeps your family feeling comfortable. Periodic maintenance is vital to preventing costly damage, preserving energy efficiency and prolonging your HVAC system’s lifespan. Read on to learn why you schedule HVAC maintenance as soon as possible this fall.
Repair Furnace Issues Now to Avoid Breakdowns Later
Your furnace has been sitting idle for months. In that time, dust has collected in and around the system. Any issues your furnace was experiencing last winter are still there to fix. Before turning on your furnace for the first time this fall, have an HVAC professional inspect the system and repair any problems on the spot. Repairing worn or broken furnace components now will help you avoid costly and inconvenient breakdowns later.
Ensure Your Furnace is Safe to Operate
A combustion-based furnace that operates inefficiently can threaten your family’s safety by increasing the risk of carbon monoxide poisoning. Carbon monoxide is an invisible gas, and breathing in a large amount can cause death. During fall HVAC maintenance, your service technician will test your heating system to ensure it’s running safely.
Minimize Heating Costs This Winter
A furnace that doesn’t have malfunctioning parts operates more efficiently. Changing the furnace’s filter every 30-90 days will also help increase energy efficiency. Doing so will help minimize your heating costs this winter.
Take Advantage of HVAC Maintenance Program Perks
Radlee Heating and Cooling offers an HVAC maintenance program designed to give you more for less. With our Comfort Guard Program, you’ll receive a 10% discount on repairs for all covered systems, priority response emergency service, an annual $50 credit accrual applied toward an HVAC replacement and much more. To learn more about our HVAC maintenance services or to schedule your next appointment, contact us today. We look forward to seeing you soon.
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