You may not want to think about the cold weather coming, but it’s time to start thinking about getting your home ready for the coming winter season in the Ogden, Utah area. That means making sure that your heating system is ready to handle those days when the temperature barely rises above freezing. One of the best things you can do to ensure that your home’s HVAC system runs smoothly all fall and winter is to have your furnace inspected in the early fall before the temperatures really start to drop.
Why Yearly Furnace Maintenance Is Important
Having your furnace inspected each year in the early fall may seem like an expense you can do without. However, regular, annual furnace inspections and maintenance can actually save you money in the long run. Just a few of the reasons that annual furnace maintenance is important to residents in the Ogden, Utah area include:
- Keeping your family warm this winter. A well-maintained heating and furnace system is less likely to break down in the middle of the winter. A breakdown is not only inconvenient but depending on winter temperatures, it can be a health hazard.
- Money savings. Just like car maintenance, it’s generally much less expensive to fix a small mechanical problem early on, rather than when it has caused your system to completely stop working.
- Energy savings. When your heating system is dirty, it takes more energy to run which costs you more money to keep your home heated at a level that is comfortable for you and your family.
- Extending the life of your heating system. A clean, well-maintained heating system lasts longer that one that’s clogged with dust and dirt. Since your heating system is one of the most expensive components of your home, extending the life of this system by even a few years can save you a significant amount of money.
What Does Annual Furnace Maintenance from Mountain Air Include?
When our NATE-certified technician comes to your home, he or she will clean the unit, inspect the connections to the power source, clean the filters, and check all of the moving parts to make sure that they are operating properly. They will also tighten any loose screws or connections and test the thermostat to make sure that the system turns on and off when it is supposed to.
Save Time and Money with Mountain Air!
At Mountain Air Conditioning & Heating, we want to help you and your family to stay warm and toasty this winter without having to spend any more than you have to on heating your home. When it comes to maintaining your furnace, call the NATE-certified experts at Mountain Air. We will do everything in our power to make sure you have a properly working furnace before we really start to see those winter temperatures. To learn more about our furnace maintenance services or to schedule an appointment, call us today at 801-416-2215!