Life can get incredibly busy around this time of the year. This makes it very easy to forget to take care of certain tasks–and we aren’t just talking about switching to heating mode on your thermostat.
If you have been going at 100 miles an hour for several weeks, there is a chance that you forgot to schedule heater maintenance in Farmington, NM. Now you might be a month or more late on getting this taken care of!
Isn’t it too late to even bother with a tune-up now? Thankfully, the answer is no.
Why Late Maintenance Is Still Worth It
When it comes to maintenance, late is always going to be better than never. This is because, even when maintenance is done a month or two later than in previous years, it will still help your heater and benefit you in multiple ways. Here’s why:
It maximizes efficiency
Regular tune-ups each year are going to help prevent a loss of up to 5% of your system efficiency. That means that you won’t have to worry about needing to pay more each year for the exact same comfort level.
It improves operation
Maintenance addresses issues in your heater that would otherwise hinder the creation of heat. Problem causers like dirt build-up or loose parts are taken care of so your heater doesn’t have to fight to do its job.
It reduces repair needs
Remember those issues that would hinder the heating process? Well, another great part about maintenance is that it also stops those same problems from escalating into full repair needs. Yearly maintenance keeps repairs to a minimum, preventing up to 85% of repairs.
It lengthens lifespan
A heater that doesn’t need to struggle to do its job is going to last longer too. Maintenance can help a heater last beyond the 10-year minimum and make it to 15 years old before it needs replacement.
It reduces energy bills
Another perk of maintenance is that it keeps your bills more manageable. Your heater won’t need to use extra energy to do its job which means your energy bills will either reduce or remain the same. No surprise spikes when you don’t want them!
It increases safety
Last but certainly not least, maintenance helps keep your heater safe to operate. This is especially important when it comes to gas furnaces but it also applies to heat pumps and electric furnaces too. Regular maintenance can prevent the development of safety hazards to allow a technician to catch them early.
Professional Maintenance Makes a Difference
When it comes to taking care of your heater it pays to go to the experts who are qualified to get the job done right. Scheduling maintenance with our team ensures you get great service that will provide all the benefits we’ve listed here.
When you come to Robbins Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc. you can also sign up for our maintenance program to enjoy additional perks.
Don’t waste your time with the run-around. Give us a call and let us do it right the first time! Schedule your tune-up today!