The importance of heating/cooling program service
After owning my own lake home and handling all the respected jobs, repairs and responsibilities over nearly thirty years, I’ve l received the importance of service.
I’ve figured out that thoroughly cleaning, greasing and oiling the grass mower before putting it away for the Winter time helps to prevent repairs and frustration in the Spring.
Draining the warm water tank every year lengthens the unit’s lifespan, and cleaning the lint trap on the dryer and scheduling professional vent cleaning combats fire hazards and keeps the appliance operating at its best. I guess how pressing it is to have my car tested, my gutters cleaned and plumbing program inspected, and every fall, I make sure to schedule professional upkeep for my oil furnace. In the Spring, I call to set up an appointment for air conditioner service. A record of annual service is necessary to fulfill the requirements of the heating and cooling systems manufacturer’s warranties. A licensed and certified Heating and Air Conditioning contractor takes the equipment house to carefully inspect the inner workings. She looks for any worn or broken parts and replaces them if necessary. She cleans the equipment, removing the buildup of dust, pollen, lint and other debris and applies a chemical disinfectant to kill and protect against the growth of bacteria, mold, mildew and algae. By tightening electrical wires, lubricating moving parts, verifying the integrity of the heat exchanger and testing the refrigerant charge, she optimizes the performance of the oil furnace and air conditioner. I can be sure both systems are prepared to handle the upcoming workload. My family will benefit from a more comfortable and hygienic living environment. I’ll care about lower monthly energy bills and fewer repairs expenses. The heating and cooling program should operate more efficiently and reliably. I can expect them to last longer as well.