November 5, 2015
There’s a chill to the air once again here in Monmouth and Ocean Counties, and many residents are beginning to turn their heating systems on for the first time in many months. As one might expect, a heating system that has been inactive for a long period of time can encounter a number of different problems. Some of these are mere annoyances, while others can be safety hazards for you and your family. This is one of the main reasons why heating maintenance is key for New Jersey residents, and also why there’s no time left to wait.
On the fence about heating maintenance? Here are five reasons to make sure everything is operating properly.
#1: Ensure a Safe Heating Season
Most homeowners can agree that there’s nothing more important than the health and safety of their families. This is just one reason why people go to great lengths to ensure that their homes are safe, yet many don’t realize how much of an impact their heating system can have. Leaks or noises coming from a furnace can actually be signs that there’s something really wrong, and in order to ensure safety, these issues should always be addressed immediately by a trained professional.
#2: Avoid Last-minute Emergencies
In the event that a last-minute home heating emergency occurs, you can rest easy knowing that Tom Rostron is here to make sure you don’t get stuck in the cold. At the same token, however, emergency heating service can be quite costly, and the more you can do to avoid this scenario, the better. What’s the best solution? Preventative maintenance.
#3: Save Money
If your heating system hasn’t been serviced in some time, it’s safe to assume that you may be spending more money than is necessary on your utility bills. Maintenance will get your heating system back to operating at peak performance, which means you can expect to see a reduction in your monthly heating bills.
#4 Opt for Energy Efficiency
The “green” movement is rising in popularity each year, with many people finding themselves compelled to do their part to preserve our planet. One of the best ways to move towards a better tomorrow is to live in an energy-efficient home, and preventative maintenance is the best way to improve the efficiency of your heating system.
#5: Extend the Life of Your Heating System
If your heating system is working harder than it has to because it is dirty, leaky, or experiencing other issues, you can’t expect it to operate properly for very long. Proper maintenance can extend the life of your heating system, which can translate to a great deal of money in savings in comparison to having to outfit your home with a new heating system.