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It’s Almost Time for a Seasonal HVAC Tune-up October 10, 2017

Swillburg, Rochester
It’s Almost Time for a Seasonal HVAC Tune-up  , Rochester, New York

As the air chills and grass frosts, you need a comfortable, well-heated home to cozy up in. Suffering a broken HVAC system mid-winter is every New Yorker’s nightmare. To protect you from a major malfunction when you need it most, the friendly experts from John Betlem Heating & Cooling in Rochester recommend scheduling a heating tune-up in November or December. As winter rapidly approaches, you don’t want to get caught in the cold.

What to Know About Seasonal HVAC Maintenance

What the Visit Entails

When you schedule an HVAC tune-up, a qualified technician will ensure your system runs in optimal condition before the harsh weather strikes. Since heating systems are more likely to suffer overexertion and a breakdown during January and February, preventative maintenance is vital.

During the visit, your technician will examine your system’s air filters, coil fins, and other essential systems. The HVAC contractor will also conduct temperature and airflow testing to ensure consistency throughout your home and adequate warmth where you need it most. If any component needs a repair or replacement, the technician will take care of it so you can rest easy during the season ahead.

The Benefits of HVAC Maintenace

hvac-rochester-nyJust like your automobile, your HVAC system needs regular maintenance to ensure optimal functioning. In addition to preventing a costly breakdown later, a tune-up can also save you money on your monthly energy bill. By optimizing your system for efficiency, you can expect lower energy bills and improved comfort every month.  

A tune-up can also protect your HVAC system warranty. Often, when your furnace completely breaks down, you may be entitled to a repair or replacement under the terms of your warranty. However, you may need to take a closer look. Many contracts first verify that you have been receiving regular maintenance before allowing you to cash-in on your warranty. If you haven’t scheduled regular check-ups, you may be in trouble.

Most importantly, a pre-winter checkup can protect you and your family from harm. Without proper care, your furnace may cause a life-threatening gas or carbon monoxide leak. In addition to regular inspections, make sure your smoke and carbon monoxide detectors are functioning properly.

To stay safe and warm this winter, contact the experienced HVAC contractors from John Betlem Heating & Cooling. To schedule an HVAC check-up, call today at (585) 271-8888. For more information about the heating service, visit the company’s website

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