When the outdoor temperatures in South Charleston, WV, cool down, you start thinking about turning on your heating system. Whether you use a furnace, boiler or heat pump to stay warm in the winter, it’s vital to maintain your heater to get the most out of it. Read on to learn how you’ll save money by scheduling heating maintenance.
Increase Heating Efficiency
Maintaining your furnace, boiler or heat pump helps it operate more efficiently. Your service technician will complete a long list of comprehensive checks to ensure every part works as it should. Increasing heating efficiency helps you maximize every dollar you spend to warm your home during the winter months and spend less on energy.
Prevent Costly Heater Repairs
When you allow a service technician to inspect your furnace, boiler or heat pump before the start of the heating season, you’ll find and fix minor issues before they worsen and become expensive repairs or replacements. It’s more cost-effective to schedule heating maintenance now than an emergency heater repair or replacement later.
Avoid Premature Heater Replacements
The less stress and strain your heating system endures year after year, the higher the chance it’ll last its intended service life or even longer. Replacing your furnace, boiler or heat pump is a costly investment. It becomes a waste of money when you have to do so more often because you neglect to maintain your heating system regularly.
Enjoy the Perks of a Maintenance Agreement
E.J. Thompson & Son LLC offers the Peace of Mind preventive maintenance agreement, which includes several cost-saving benefits. By signing up, you’ll enjoy a 15% discount on heating repairs and never pay an overtime fee. You’ll also receive priority status and a three-year parts and labor warranty. To learn more, contact our team of heating maintenance professionals today. Our team is standing by to keep you warm for less this winter.
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