Don’t Put Off Any Important Service to Your Heating

Leaves are turning, and Halloween is just around the corner. Soon temperatures will be dropping as well. Now is the time to ask yourself whether or not you have been neglecting any important service to your heating. Have you noticed that the cost of your heating has gone up consistently every year? Heating and air conditioning will always comprise a big portion of your utility bills. This season, before you turn your heating on for the first time, you should schedule a maintenance check.

warm_house_space_heater_vs._central_heat.jpgYour heating system is comprised of many small working parts. A single dirty component can reduce your HVAC unit’s ability to produce heat. This issue will then cause the rest of the machinery to work harder. Extra strain on the other working parts will cause them to break down. If a part of your unit is damaged, or not working properly, then the heater must run for longer periods of time. The longer your system is turned on, the more you will pay in energy costs.

Heating that relies on natural or propane gas for fuel could potentially pose a health risk to your family. Our NATE certified technicians are experts in examining these types of systems. Our technicians can check electric heat pumps, as well as gas fueled furnaces, in order to make all necessary repairs. Any gas leaks will also be taken care of as well.

Contact Reese Services today to schedule a routine maintenance service for your HVAC unit, and give yourself the Reese – Peace of Mind. If you have not signed up for a preventive maintenance agreement, then now is the time to do that. There are many benefits to an agreement. One great benefit is that emergency service will be made available if you need it. Don't worry about the upfront cost of a yearly agreement. Reese Services will make it easy for you to make monthly payment installments for a service agreement.