It’s springtime and that means it’s time to think about one of the most important parts of your home: Your heating & cooling system! It won’t be much longer before you need to crank that thermostat down to keep those hot temperatures out! Who knows? Maybe you’ve already turned your A/C on this year!
Your Heating & Cooling System Gobbles Up Dust & Dirt from the Air, Gunking Up Its Internal Components.
You know very well how hard your heating & cooling system works for you! Almost all year long it gobbles up dust and dirt in the air. It leaves grime on its internal parts, making it much more difficult for it to do its job: keeping your family comfortable and safe from the extreme elements!
Over the course of six months, it’s not uncommon for many of us to visit our dentists! I do my best to keep that appointment! Why? Well, over the course of those six months, you develop some plaque and other build-up on your teeth! If you like sweets, like I do, that extra sugar doesn’t help one bit either! Thankfully, our dentists can clean our teeth keeping them healthy and our smiles bright!
Your System Needs Regular Maintenance & Cleanings to Stay Healthy & Productive!
Well, your heating & cooling system needs regular “cleanings” (maintenance) to keep it running strong. Without regular maintenance, your heating & cooling system faces a risk of unexpectedly breaking down and needing expensive repairs. It also causes your energy bills to get BLOATED! Even new systems need maintenance—in fact, unless you have it maintained regularly, you could be voiding its warranty!
If it’s time for your heating & cooling system’s cleaning, be sure to contact us online. We can schedule an appointment for one of our highly trained, drug tested, background checked technicians to perform maintenance on your heating & cooling system. It will be inspected, cleaned, and adjusted—restoring it to factory-fresh conditions!
Regular maintenance will likely add years to your system’s life, it may save you hundreds of dollars in bloated utility bills—and just as important, you will keep your system’s warranty intact.