MRC Heating & Air offers affordable preventative maintenance programs. It has been proven that routine furnace and air conditioner maintenance is the best way to ensure trouble-free operation and peak performance. With routine maintenance, we can help you prevent costly repair bills and keep your system in top running condition. Our NATE Certified technicians will perform regular checkups on your HVAC system with our preventative furnace and air conditioner maintenance program.
Maintenance is Essential for all HVAC Systems
The old adage is true, an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure. That’s why we encourage all Trane owners to perform preventative maintenance. If you have installed a new furnace or air conditioner, maintenance is a must! Most equipment manufacturers require routine maintenance as a requirement for equipment warranty. An HVAC system functioning at top condition helps to keep your energy costs down and saves you from costly repair bills. Neglecting necessary furnace and air conditioning maintenance can cost you money. Routine maintenance also allows our technicians to spot potential problems and correct them before they become a bigger issue.
Four Top Benefits of Performing Routine Maintenance:
- Extends the life of your heating and cooling systems and keeps your equipment running at peak performance. Just like oil changes and tune-ups keep your car in good shape, preventive maintenance will keep your heating and cooling equipment healthy.
- Increases energy efficiency and reduces energy costs Research shows that 90% of the homes in America are 60% or less energy efficient. This means that we pay more than necessary for our heating and cooling. Performing routine maintenance ensures that your equipment is functioning as smoothly and efficiently as possible, which will cut down on the amount of energy they use.
- Helps Prevent Costly Breakdowns Routine maintenance helps us catch problems before they start, saving you from expensive repair bills and service calls.
- Improves System Safety Routine maintenance also helps us catch potential safety problems. According to the U.S. Fire Administration, heating equipment was involved in an estimated 53,600-reported U.S. home structure fires in 2011, with associated losses of 400 civilian deaths, 1,520 civilian injuries, and $893 million in direct property damage. In addition, if you have a gas furnace there is a chance that carbon monoxide can leak into your air. When performing preventive maintenance, our technician can identify any safety risks and fix any problems before they pose a threat to your family.
When Should You Complete Your Furnace and Air Conditioner Maintenance?
Chances are, if you’ve neglected routine maintenance, your system isn’t performing nearly as well as it should. Maintenance should be performed at least twice a year to maximize efficiency and to minimize breakdowns that lead to additional costs. For a system that both heats and cools your home, heating and air conditioner maintenance should be performed prior to the heating or cooling season. If you have an air conditioning or a heating-only system, maintenance should be performed at least once a year prior to the heating or cooling season. Call us today and we will work with you to plan your maintenance schedule.