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As the warm weather begins to wane and the leaves turn into a riot of colors, you begin to dream of cool winter nights with a lovely fire burning and a warm cup of cocoa. What you’re not dreaming of is shivering under a pile of blankets because your home’s heating system has experienced a problem and stopped working. The best time to schedule regular maintenance on your furnace and heating system is during fall.

Here are a few reasons to consider scheduling a maintenance call with a heating contractor during this lull between extremes.

Save Money

Your heating system uses the air in your home to heat your home. As the system pulls in more air to heat it, the air travels through an air filter. If the air filter gets clogged, the motor in your heating system must work harder and become hotter to heat the air before sending it back out into the house. This causes a rise in your utility bills. One of the many things regular maintenance includes is an air filter change.

Avoid Emergency Repairs

Your house’s heater doesn’t just stop working all of a sudden without warning signs. However, many of these signs are inside the unit where you can’t see them. In many cases, it starts with a small part that needs to be replaced as part of regular maintenance. When you have a fall service call, the technician locates these issues and can therefore help to make the needed repairs so that you don’t require emergency repairs later on.

Help Extend the Life of Your Unit

Your HVAC system lasts between 10 to 15 years, and that’s a large span. How long it actually lasts is the result of a few factors, such as quality of the unit and regular maintenance. Regular maintenance ensures the unit stays cleaner, works more efficiently, and keeps wear and tear on parts to a minimum.

At M&M Mechanical, we’re dedicated to helping you stay warm during the winter months and keeping your HVAC system in great working order. We encourage you to give us a call today to schedule an appointment.

One Response to “Reasons to Schedule a Maintenance Call With Your Heating Contractor Now”

  1. Chris

    In the back of my mind, I’ve always known I needed to stay on top of my systems upkeep, and have an HVAC contractor come out and handle the maintenance! Great post thanks for the advice

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