With the nice fall temperatures we are accustomed to here in north central Louisiana, most people are probably not thinking about fall heating maintenance. However, fall is actually the best time to schedule a heating tune-up from the qualified professionals at AxsomAir. Here are four good reasons for you to plan yours today.
Here are 4 reasons to schedule a heating tune-up
1. You want to have a great winter
AxsomAir has been in business for decades, and we have never met anyone who enjoyed waking up in the middle of the night freezing because their furnace or heat pump is malfunctioning. Getting a fall furnace checkup now, while the weather is still relatively warm, can prevent a rude and chilly awakening in your future.
2. You need to know if you have any leaks
Before you fire up your gas furnace for the first time this winter, you want to be sure it is not leaking any harmful gases. Natural gas is highly explosive, but it is usually detectable by its odor. Carbon monoxide from a broken furnace is also dangerous, but harder for the average homeowner to notice.
3. You will see lower heating bills
A fall heat pump check or heating system tune-up could result in some lower energy bills for you this winter. Making sure that the heating system is running at top energy-efficiency can lower the strain on the motor and allows the unit to use less power while keeping your home comfortably warm.
4. You will help ensure you qualify for repairs under your manufacturer’s warranty
Most manufacturers recommend annual heating system checks. If you ever have any significant trouble with your system while it is still under warranty, being able to provide the company with yearly maintenance records will almost guarantee you will get the warranty service without question.
Call AxsomAir to schedule your heating tune-up
Don’t wait until the weather gets cold to have an expert look at your furnace or heat pump. Contact us today and schedule a heating system maintenance visit from one of our professionally certified and friendly technicians.