There are certain routines that are as common as having a cup of coffee in the morning. (Or, if you prefer, a big glass of orange juice or soft drink of choice.) When that’s your routine, you don’t keep deciding every day whether that’s how you’ll start your morning. You just keep doing it.
That’s how we’d like for everyone to think about routine service on your heating system. As winter sets in strong, it’s in your best interest (by far) to have your system serviced so that you can be assured of repair-free, safe operation throughout the season – and with the best energy efficiency your system can provide.
In the height of winter, your furnace will be undergoing strains that were unheard of just a few months earlier. And your system is taking notice. If it hasn’t been finely-tuned already, there’s a likely lapse in efficiency. If it isn’t ready for heavy duty action, the intense operation could be shortening its lifespan. And if it hasn’t had a safety check, an invisible, odorless but very real danger could potentially be building in your home through a carbon monoxide leak.
These are among the reasons we recommend routine maintenance on your furnace. Routine is the key word here. Or regular, if you prefer. The point is that maintenance is ongoing. Continual. At set intervals.
You get the idea – routine. It’s simply a part of the change in seasons: maintain the furnace for winter use, the air conditioner for summer use, and preserve comfort, energy efficiency and safety all year long.
It’s not hard to see the benefits of routine maintenance for your furnace – and being part of a maintenance agreement program makes these benefits even easier to achieve.
With the Action Air Service Club, you get twice-a-year tune-ups, discounts on repairs, priority service and scheduling, guaranteed appointments – in addition to the perks of maintenance itself. And since you know it’s twice a year, you’re establishing a routine that will pay off in energy savings, longer equipment life, safety and better comfort for years to come.
To learn more about the value of making routine maintenance a part of your seasonal routine, contact us today. Just call or email, and we’ll take care of you.
This article was written by Action Air