Summer is cooling down, and fall is quickly approaching. With the changing of the seasons comes an increased need to use your heater. So, with the need beginning to rise, shouldn’t you make sure your central heating system is up to date on maintenance? We’ve gone ahead and put together this handy checklist to help get you on the right track.

#1: Maintenance – You’ve probably heard it before, and we’ve mentioned it a few times in other blogs, but it can’t be stressed enough. Maintenance for your heater, just like maintenance for your car, needs to be done if you plan on keeping it in running condition. You wouldn’t let your car go without an oil change or a look under the hood, would you? The same holds true for your heater. Check out our Energy Savings Membership for more information on how to save money annually on your HVAC and plumbing maintenance.

#2: Cleaning – You like a clean house, right? What most people don’t realize is their air ducts are probably the dirtiest part of their house. Dust, debris, and even bugs tend to accumulate inside your air ducts and can be circulated throughout your home every time your central heating system kicks on. Luckily, we’re here to help with our professional air duct cleaning. We Care Plumbing, Heating, & Air offers air duct cleaning services year-round, and guarantees an improvement in your indoor air quality.

# 3: Repairs – Sometimes mechanical parts break down and just need to be replaced. This is true for any piece of mechanical equipment, and your air conditioning and heater are no different. If some parts need to be replaced, you could be paying a lot more than you need to on your utility bills. Let us help you out because the last thing you want to do is put off any central heating repairs that your unit might need.

Fall is quickly approaching, and now is the best time to make sure you are set up for the colder months. If you find yourself having central heating problems, give us a call! We care about your home’s comfort, and our customers are our top priority!

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