It’s still pretty warm here for the most part during the day, but the nights are certainly cooling down a bit. We’re betting that this is a welcome change of pace for most of you, with the hot summer season that we’ve had so far. Believe it or not, it’s only a matter of time before you’ll be reaching for the thermostat to fire up your heater, rather than your AC!
When that time does come, you need to know that your heating system in Des Moines, IA will be ready for action. That means that, if you’ve been on a schedule of having your system tuned up before winter, you should start thinking about scheduling service for the coming year. Late may be better for never, but we much prefer being a bit early when it comes to our comfort. How about you?
The Benefits Are Many, and Undeniable
When HVAC professionals tell you that routine, annual maintenance is a must, they’re not trying to upsell you on a service that you don’t need. No, routine maintenance cannot guarantee that you are never going to run into problems with your heater. What it does guarantee, though, is that your heater is going into the heating season in the great condition necessary for performing at peak efficiency and performance levels.
It doesn’t matter, really, if you schedule maintenance before or after the heating season, so long as you stick to the established schedule. That’s why we recommend scheduling service now if you have your system serviced prior to the winter season. You don’t want to wait too long, only to find that you need your heater sooner than you thought. That’s when people decide that they’ll just wait for spring, just this once, and problems start.
If you are serious about living comfortably throughout the coldest time of the year, avoiding longer wait times when technicians get busier the closer that winter gets, and knowing that your heater is working safely, contact us today. We will complete the thorough tune-up that your heater needs to excel in its operation.
Call Schaal Heating and Cooling today to schedule heating maintenance.