The days are getting shorter, the nights colder — is your heating system ready for winter? With temperatures plunging below freezing 87 nights each year, a well-functioning heater is an essential piece of equipment in Middle Tennessee. The best time to schedule HVAC maintenance is in the fall before Old Man Winter comes knocking at your door. Learn how a professional tune-up helps ensure you stay comfortable indoors no matter how cold it gets outside.
Safeguard Your Health and Safety
Whether you own a heat pump, furnace or boiler, maintaining your heating system in good condition is critical to your well-being. Hypothermia becomes a real concern when a heater fails to function in icy cold weather, particularly for seniors and the very young. Improperly operating fuel-burning heaters can also pose fire hazards and allow gases like deadly carbon monoxide to backdraft into your living spaces.
Enjoy Improved Performance
The primary causes of system failure and inefficiency, dirt and neglect also compromises your comfort. Dust and debris settling on the system’s working parts force your heater to run longer to maintain ideal temperatures. When conducted by a qualified professional, fall HVAC maintenance improves your comfort, allowing you to enjoy the full benefits of your heating system.
A Money-Saving Service
The peace of mind you’ll experience knowing you’ll stay comfortable all winter is reason enough to schedule proactive maintenance. Taking care of your HVAC system has financial advantages as well. Improved energy efficiency means paying less for annual heating expenses. You’ll also prevent future problems, saving you money on HVAC repairs. In addition, well-maintained heating systems last longer, safeguarding your wallet against the cost of a premature replacement.
The secret to getting the most from your heating system lies in ensuring it gets the professional care it needs to operate at peak energy efficiency. Trust the NATE-certified technicians at Derryberry’s Heat & Air to get the job done to perfection. For more information, explore our HVAC maintenance section or call us today to schedule service.