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Fall HVAC Maintenance: Why Do It?

​The cooler months are right around the corner which for most Texans is a sigh of relief. Although our heaters aren’t running all the time in the winter here, we do get some days where it is needed (cough, cough Snowmageddon 2021?) That brings us to the topic of the hour: what is a fall heater check for and why is it beneficial to you?

A fall heater check keeps the warranty on your system valid.

Imagine this: You a part unexpectedly breaks on your HVAC system, but you’re still covered by warranty, ahh a sigh of relief. But – when you call the warranty department you realize that your warranty is no longer valid – oops. You’ve been DIYing the maintenance on your system instead of leaving it to the professionals and now you have to fork the bill.

You can avoid this headache by remembering when the Fall Festival comes around, that’s the time to call a professional like Country Air to come do the maintenance for you. Most companies offer a maintenance plan that saves you money and offers other perks – like same day service.

Most HVAC manufacturers require proof of annual maintenance so they know the equipment was properly cared for as some of the parts that make an HVAC system work can be costly to replace.

A fall heater check increases the life expectancy of your system.

Your HVAC system is a machine. Just like your car is a machine. You wouldn’t drive your car for 60,000 miles without changing its oil or doing any kind of maintenance on it and expect it to last a long time. The same is true of your HVAC system. It needs routine maintenance to ensure all the parts are working harmoniously together for a long life. 

A fall heater check ensures your HVAC system is running at optimal efficiency and lowers the cost of your energy bills.

A well-oiled HVAC system means your spending less month per month on energy. According to the U.S. Department of Energy, you could see a savings up to 30% on your energy bill. 

A fall heater check helps discover problems before they get worse.

It’s the worst when the crazy Texas weather goes from 80 degrees one day to 30 degrees the next. You turn the heater on, but nothing happens – there goes the heat!

Routine maintenance checks allow the professionals to find problems in your system before they bust. This means your system is less likely to go down when you need it most and you’ll save money on costly repairs.  

My mom always used to say, “Prior proper planning prevents poor performance.” And well, she is right again with this one. Give us a call at 281-356-8564 to schedule your fall maintenance inspection. We look forward to serving you!

  • Mention code ‘fall check’ to receive an 82-point fall heater check for $79 – originally $105. One per household. Not valid with any other offers. Must mention ad to receive offer. ​​Not redeemable for cash. Offer expires 10/31/21.
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