At Wallner Plumbing, Heating & Air, we are proud to offer heating and AC services for all the top makes and models on the market. We know firsthand how good it can feel when you call us to replace your heating or air conditioning system—almost as if your new heater or AC unit will last forever. But the truth is that even the top brands of HVAC equipment can only last so long without the occasional tune-up. That’s why we also offer preventative maintenance for a range of industry-leading, hi-tech heater and air conditioners. Keep reading to learn the top three reasons to schedule HVAC maintenance, and call our Redding HVAC experts anytime for prompt and courteous service.
The Top 3 Reasons to Schedule Preventative Maintenance Are:
- Lower Energy Costs: If you are tired of expensive heating and cooling bills, call an HVAC technician for maintenance. Regular maintenance can make your heating and cooling equipment far more energy-efficient, and even reduce your monthly energy costs by 30%. Without periodic tune-ups, your HVAC system will have to work harder to generate heating and cooling power, meaning less comfort and more energy expenses for you.
- Fewer Repairs: If you let your AC unit, furnace, heat pump, or ductless mini-split system go a long time without maintenance, there is a greater chance they will become clogged with dust and dirt. Over time, this can greatly interfere with these systems’ performance, causing them to malfunction and forcing you to pay for expensive repairs. Fortunately, our maintenance and inspection services are designed to ensure your air filters, coils, blower components, mechanical parts, thermostats, and all other unit components are clean and functioning at the highest levels. And not only does preventative maintenance allow us to test your HVAC system’s performance, it also lets us catch minor issues before they become major problems—turning a potentially huge repair into a small fix.
- Longer System Lifespan: Everyone wants to maximize their investment on major purchases. When it comes to home comfort systems, this requires you to call for the occasional tune-up or maintenance check. A well-maintained HVAC system can last between 10-15 years. Without maintenance, however, you may have to replace your heater or AC unit in under a decade. Sure, your equipment may have come with a warranty, but in order to protect that warranty, it’s important to have a technician look at it occasionally. Ultimately, if you want your HVAC system to function better and survive longer, annual maintenance is the best option.