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Why Should I Schedule Maintenance for My Heater?

With temperatures steadily declining, there’s no denying that the start of fall is just over a week away. Soon enough, temperatures will drop to a point that necessitates the use of your heating system. Hopefully you won’t have any trouble when that time comes. However, the only way to ensure a fully functioning and reliable heating system is by scheduling routine maintenance. Nobody wants a broken down heating system right when they need it the most!

The Benefits of Regular Heating Maintenance

When’s the last time you took your car in for routine maintenance, such as to have its oil changed? Chances are, you keep up on these appointments on a regular basis because you don’t want your car to break down on you. There’s no reason to have a different attitude about your heater. It’s only going to function as effectively and efficiently as it should if it’s in great working condition, which is only possible with regular tune-ups.

During your maintenance appointment, our heating technicians will fully inspect and clean your system. This allows us to quickly alert you to any repair needs, make adjustments, and overall just make sure that your heater is working as it should. Without these steps, you may find that your heater isn’t working at its peak performance, is shutting down prematurely, or isn’t heating your home evenly. It’s of course understandable that you want to live comfortably.

This can only be achieved by taking care of your HVAC system. But heater maintenance is about more than keeping the unit running a long time and reducing your repairs: if you have a gas-powered heater, you’ll want to keep your safety in mind too. You don’t want to risk dangerous system operation by neglecting maintenance.

At Dalton Plumbing, Heating & Cooling, Inc. your comfort is our promise! Contact us today for your Waverly, IA heating maintenance needs.

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