At Heritage Home Service we recommend routine annual maintenance for heating systems to all our customers, and this is for good reason. Ensuring your heating system is running efficiently before winter rolls in will help you avoid costly emergency repairs and replacements, and most of all, help you and your family stay warm even on the coldest days. By scheduling service with us, our trained team can catch any issues that need to be addressed before you crank the heat up when the temperature drops.

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Why Heating Systems Need Annual Maintenance

When you own a home, maintenance is often a fact of life to keep your home safe and attractive and stay on top of small issues before they develop into costly big ones. It’s no different for your heating system. Whether you have an oil gas fuels system, a boiler, or a furnace, each heating system has different components and things to maintain to keep it working as efficiently as possible. By making sure routine annual maintenance is performed, you can extend the lifetime of your heating system and avoid having to replace it well before you should.

What Are the Benefits of Heating Maintenance?

There are many reasons to keep up with your heating system’s needs. When you schedule a professional maintenance service with one of Heritage’s heating specialists, you’ll reap the following benefits:

  • Potential energy savings and lower heating costs
  • Enhanced heating system performance
  • Fewer repairs and replacements
  • Improved comfort for your home

What to Expect During a Heating System Tune-Up

Depending on the type of heating system you have in your home, regular maintenance can involve anything from replacing air filters to checking for carbon monoxide leaks and lubricating fan motors. These routine checks not only keep your heating system running smoothly but also contribute to improved indoor air quality by preventing the circulation of dust and dirt particles.

To ensure your heating system operates at its best, it’s essential to schedule annual inspections with a skilled heating maintenance technician. At Heritage, we perform a comprehensive cleaning, test critical components, proactively identify any potential issues, and make recommendations on when it’s time for a replacement.

Whether you rely on a furnace or a boiler, it’s wise to schedule your heating system tune-up well before the arrival of winter. If you have any questions about these services, our knowledgeable team is here to provide answers and guide you through the entire process. Reach out to Heritage today!

Heating System Issues We Find During Maintenance

Here’s an idea of just a few of the common issues we find during maintenance:

  • Oil Systems: Dirty air filters, a dirty blower wheel, weak blower capacitors, a cracked ignitor, clogged condensate drain, failing or cracked heat exchanger, high static pressure, combustion system calibrations, and more.
  • Boilers: Leaking fittings, failed air elimination devices, a failed expansion tank, relief valve leaking, and more.
  • Furnaces: Sooted systems, worn down electrodes, a clogged oil nozzle, a clogged oil pump strainer, a dirty cad cell eye, and more.

While not exhaustive, this gives you some idea of what can develop in any heating system over time.. Some are big. Some are small, but every issue adds up to ultimately negatively impact the performance of your heating system. Let us guide you through the maintenance process, so you understand why each component is essential and why Heritage coming out once a year is important for your home’s heating system.

What Are You Waiting For? Schedule Annual Heating System Maintenance Today

Since 1986, we’ve been Massachusetts’ trusted heating system, maintenance provider. We work with every make and model. Our team is trained to tackle even the most challenging heating system issues during routine maintenance. If you’ve been putting off heating maintenance for whatever reason, stop today – call us and schedule annual maintenance before it gets too cold to pick up the phone.

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