The Labor Day weekend has come and gone, marking the unofficial end of summer, which doesn’t officially come to an end until September 23rd. Still, you know what this means. Winter is just around the corner. Before you know it, Jack Frost will be nipping at your nose. And, if climate experts at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration are correct, it is going to be another harsh winter here in Baltimore. Are you ready? More importantly, is your home ready?
When Should I Have My Furnace Inspected?
It is never too early to start thinking about furnace maintenance. Fall maintenance will help ensure your furnace is ready when you need it most. After all, the last thing you need is for your furnace to breakdown in the middle of a severe snowstorm. Brrrrrr! Not only would this be inconvenient, literally leaving you out in the cold, but it could also leave you without heat for days. As you may recall from this past winter, Maryland is not the most prepared state when it comes to severe winter weather. Many people found themselves snowed in for days until a plow came through and cleared their streets. And if you can’t get out, it is unlikely an HVAC technician can get to you.
Additional Benefits of Preventive Furnace Maintenance
Remember the old adage “a stitch in time saves nine?” Well the same holds true for your HVAC system. Annual maintenance can help identify and correct small issues before they snowball into major, costly repairs. But that is just the beginning of the possible savings you could experience. Did you know that HVAC maintenance can reduce overall energy consumption by 25-30% and lower those monthly utility bills. So what are you waiting for?
Annual furnace maintenance will prolong the life of the system, save energy and decrease health risks associated with poor indoor air quality.
Baltimore Furnace Maintenance
Fresh Air Concepts offers furnace maintenance and installation services throughout Baltimore. We also offer severalmaintenance contracts geared towards extending the life of your HVAC system through meticulous inspections and annual maintenance.