By making small investments in the upkeep and tune-ups for your HVAC system, you can bring yourself many benefits. It will keep the air clean, keep your heater and AC bills down, and help the environment.
Many people think this is an extra, unnecessary step that only cautious property owners take. However, it’s recommended that everyone has their HVAC system professionally and regularly maintained, because of these perks you can gain:
By investing in maintenance, you can prevent costly breakdowns, lower your energy bill by up to 30% and keep your warranty valid. Many manufacturers make it mandatory that you get maintenance done every so often if you ever want to use the product’s warranty.
If you don’t maintain your HVAC system, it can become dirty. Dirt and dust can get into your heater or AC and then into the ductwork, then blowing these items around in the air inside. The EPA states indoor air can be up to 100x worse than outdoor air. Having maintenance done will help keep air quality pure.
If your heater goes out in the middle of a winter storm and you’re not home, things like the plumbing and other parts can freeze, crack, or have damage. Avoid this by having your heater tuned up regularly, and then you can have faith that breakdowns won’t happen unexpectedly.
A well-maintained HVAC system uses a lot less fuel, making it better for the environment in terms of a carbon footprint. There may be issues with your refrigerant, and a maintenance trip will help take care of that.
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