Fall is in full swing, which means winter is right around the corner. And it is shaping up to be a cold one here in Baltimore, Maryland. Climate experts at the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration are calling for a cold, snowy winter and the Farmer’s Almanac agrees. Are you ready? More importantly, is your HVAC equipment ready to handle the increased demand?
Your HVAC system should be inspected and maintained AT LEAST twice a year: spring and fall. In spring, your HVAC technician will focus their efforts on your air conditioning system. Come fall, furnace maintenance takes center stage.
Just think about your HVAC system like your car. You wouldn’t wait several years to have your car serviced, so why wait that long to have a professional look at your HVAC system? Like your car, your HVAC equipment requires regular tune-ups to ensure it is running at peak efficiency (or close to it).
Fall Furnace Maintenance and Energy Efficiency
Without annual inspections and repairs, your furnace can wear itself out fairly quickly, losing as much as 5% of its overall efficiency each year. Yikes! So unless you enjoy spending more than you should on your monthly energy bills, you should schedule fall Furnace Maintenance before Jack Frost comes nipping at your nose.
Fall Furnace Maintenance and Costly Breakdowns
Remember the old adage “a stitch in time saves nine?” Well the same holds true for your HVAC system. 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 the winter, literally leaving you out in the cold.
Fall Furnace Maintenance is a Must for Baltimore Homeowners
Fresh Air Concepts offers furnace maintenance and installation services throughout Baltimore. We also offer several maintenance contracts geared towards extending the life of your HVAC system through meticulous inspections and annual maintenance.
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Annual furnace maintenance can reduce overall energy consumption by 25-30%, lower those monthly utility bills, minimize costly breakdowns, extend the life of your equipment, improve comfort and indoor air quality, and so much more!