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Meredith, NH

Why it’s Important to Maintain Your Heating Equipment


February 10, 2021

Your heating system is an important part of any household, especially if you live in an area where the weather can get extremely cold. That’s why its a good idea to schedule regular tune-ups and maintenance, so you can have peace of mind that your heating system will be trouble-free all winter. We’ll discuss the reasons why it’s important to schedule regular maintenance for your heating system.

 

It Can Save You Money

While this may come as no surprise, an annual tune-up can reduce your propane or heating oil expenses by up to 10%! While your system may be working fine, it might be working harder because of dirt and grime buildup. This means that you’ll be burning more fuel than you typically would, costing you more money!

 

You’ll Prevent a Breakdown

Breakdowns stink – and they usually come at the worst time. Having a trained technician service your heating system will greatly reduce the likelihood of a breakdown. Without proper cleaning and preventative maintenance, your system works harder and it’s components will wear out faster. During a tune-up, your technician will check every component and replace the parts that are worn out.

 

Maintenance is Key

Our service team is Gold Certified, NORA-trained, so you can rest assured that your system will receive quality service every time we come to your home. Our team of experts will work with you to properly assess your system and provide recommendations on maintenance and, if needed, component replacement.

 

If you’re interested in learning more about our Home Heating Services, contact us online.

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Gilford, NH