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It’s Never Too Late for Maintenance

If you haven’t already scheduled heating maintenance for this winter season, you may be thinking that it is too late. You might as well wait until later this year to schedule the service instead of scheduling it now. But we encourage you to go ahead and schedule heating maintenance in Montgomery County instead of putting it off again.

Heating maintenance is beneficial whether you schedule it before, during, or after the winter season. As long as you schedule the service once each year, the timing is less important. You can keep reading to learn more about why it’s not too late to schedule maintenance for your heater as we head into the middle of the season. 

Boost Energy Efficiency

One immediate benefit of heating maintenance is a boost in energy efficiency. Making tweaks to your heating system during a maintenance appointment helps it to operate more efficiently, thus using less energy. You have the potential to see an immediate change on your next energy bill. 

You could save a little, or you could save a lot. It really just depends on the overall condition of your heater to begin with. When you schedule annual heating maintenance every single year, you help to maintain energy efficiency instead of losing it, so your heater can save you money across its entire lifespan.

Prevent a Heater Breakdown

Another benefit that you enjoy right away is reducing the chances of your heater breaking down later in the season. Problems could be brewing inside of your heater and you would never know. After all, heating issues are often quiet until they become significant. 

By the time you notice the signs that something is going wrong with your heater, you may already be close to facing a heater breakdown. But when you schedule maintenance, our team can catch these problems early and fix them before your heater has a chance to break down and stop working completely.

Invest in Longevity

Heating maintenance is also a great way to extend the expected lifespan of your heater. Industry experts estimate that the average heater will last for anywhere from 10 to 15 years. Getting 15 years out of your heater is more likely when you invest in maintenance year after year to keep up with minor repairs all along the way. 

Getting a few extra years out of your heater saves you money on having to install a new unit sooner. You’ll have more time to plan ahead for this major purchase and do research to decide which heater you want when it is time to make a replacement. When the time comes, spending a little more on a high-efficiency unit will go a long way toward saving money on energy costs. 

Carney Plumbing Heating & Cooling does what’s right for our customers. Schedule an appointment today for heating maintenance.

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