Regular maintenance is a critical part of maintaining your furnace and your air conditioning in your home. Without annual check-ups and tune-ups from qualified technicians, both systems will age rapidly and become inefficient. Maintenance will also catch potential heating repair needs before they become actual repairs. With regular maintenance, your furnace and AC should provide you the maximum number of years of comfort.
Most HVAC contractors recommend that furnaces receive maintenance around the fall season, before the cold weather arrives. However, there are also reasons you should consider scheduling a check-up for your furnace even before then.
Why Maintenance in Spring?
Ask yourself how long it has been since you had maintenance for your furnace. Be honest…in the warmer weather of Spring, Texas, it’s often easy to forget to take care of your heater. If more than a year has passed since you had heating maintenance, or even two or three, you should schedule maintenance as soon as possible and not wait until the usual time in the fall. It’s never too late to begin with maintenance as soon as possible, or to restart it.
What if you missed the maintenance this last fall? Again, you shouldn’t wait for the fall to come around to have maintenance done. You should be planning to have maintenance for your air conditioner (don’t forget this one as well!), so plan to have both taken care of on the same visit.
But…you won’t need the furnace through spring and summer, so why work on it now? Be honest with yourself again; there have been cold days in spring and even summer nights when you’ve needed heat. You don’t want the furnace to fail on you, no matter the time of year. If it’s time for maintenance, then you need to have it done as soon as possible.
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Kingwood Air Repair offers an Annual Service Agreement that will set you up for regular heating maintenance in Spring, TX. You’ll receive two visits during the year: one for your heating system and one for your air conditioning. You can start at any time with the system that needs it the most—and then keep it up year after year to make sure that your home comfort system is ready for any season.