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Maintaining Your Heating System to Increase Your Home’s Efficiency

Cold winters in areas like Myrtle Beach, SC are certainly not unusual. Of course, with the cold weather comes the need for a reliable home heating system. Keeping your furnace or heat pump working at its best, however, requires occasional heating maintenance from a trained heating specialist.

Expert heating system upkeep involves a number of important steps, such as tightening of electrical connections, checking for proper operation of your thermostat, lubrication of moving parts, and an overall check of system performance. If you have gas equipment, your HVAC professional will also check gas pressure and connections.

Many homeowners know that regularly changing air filters is an essential part of HVAC maintenance, but keeping your furnace or heat pump functioning as efficiently as possible requires professional maintenance every year–preferably, prior to the start of the cold weather season. Professional maintenance by a licensed HVAC contractor can help ensure reliable performance, an important part of keeping your home comfortable when outside temperatures drop. A well-maintained furnace or heat pump will experience fewer breakdowns or repair issues, so you’ll also save money on emergency HVAC service calls.

Of course, when you have a heating system that is properly maintained, it will be able to give you optimal performance. Additionally, it will have a longer life expectancy because it is under less stress. There’s no doubt that replacing a furnace or heat pump can be expensive, so extending the life of your equipment can be a great way to stretch your home budget. When you schedule regular maintenance for your HVAC system, you’ll be able to enjoy reliable and consistent heat with lower utility bills and increased equipment longevity. For many homeowners, this means that regular HVAC maintenance will actually pay for itself.

Sources:

HVAC Maintenance, Angie’s List

Maintenance Checklist, EnergyStar.gov

 

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