In Lake Charles, we depend on our HVAC systems year-round, particularly during the summer months, which may lead many to believe that winter maintenance is not especially necessary. We’ve answered a few common questions below, and listed a few things to consider before passing on your winter HVAC maintenance.
What Is a Furnace Tune-Up?
Much like having your vehicle serviced regularly keeps it running smoothly, maintaining your heater in the winter ensures it will perform when you need it. In addition, winter maintenance prepares your heating system for use; it allows your technician to clean dust and debris from the unit, inspect it for wear on parts, perform efficiency adjustments, and when necessary, make minor routine repairs.
Your HVAC system is comprised of many moving parts that help deliver warm air throughout your home, and over time those parts can wear out. Inspecting and making minor repairs before they have a chance to fail can save time, money, and the comfort of your home at the height of winter.
During your routine maintenance call you can share concerns and ask questions about your heating system. For example, are there cold or hot zones in your home during the winter months? Have you heard unusual noises or had trouble starting your unit? Perhaps you are concerned with the age of your heating system; our experienced team members can answer your questions and offer solutions. Many clients are surprised by the simple solutions a trained eye can spot: such as adjusting the air vent to reduce heat in one room, while pushing it to anther.
Benefits of A Furnace Tune-Up
Efficiency equals Less Expense – When your heating system is adjusted for efficiency, it delivers warm air throughout your home using less energy; this, in turn, decreases energy consumption, thereby decreasing your utility bill.
An HVAC Company You Can Trust…
Accurate Air and Heat has been maintaining, repairing, and replacing HVAC systems for nearly 15 years; during that time, we have worked on nearly every residential and light commercial HVAC brand on the market. When you are ready to have your heating system serviced, give us a call. While our name may seem new, our service is not. Lake Charles, Louisiana, is where we live, work, and play.
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