As an adult, you understand that you need to perform regular maintenance on your vehicle. Windshield wipers need to be swapped out, fluids need to be flushed, your air filter needs to be replaced when it gets dirty and your oil needs to be changed according to the manufacturer’s guidelines.
If you stay on top of maintenance items, your car will run well, and it will last you for a long time. Now imagine you and your spouse both bought the exact same make and model of a vehicle on the exact same day.
One of you stayed on top of routine maintenance. The other decided to ignore all of the recommendations because they figured spending the cash wouldn’t help in the long run. Now take a second and try to image how long it would be before car B decided to quit. When that eventually happens, the repair bills will likely be extensive.
You can think of your HVAC in Denver in the same way
Now, while most people understand why they need to care for their cars, they don’t realize that their HVAC, furnace and/or central AC unit need to be cared for in a similar way. Most experts agree that maintenance should be done in the spring (before the AC gets turned on for the summer) and again in the fall (before you fire your furnace up for the winter.)
Routine maintenance will allow a technician to perform a full, in-depth evaluation of your system. Your air filter will be changed, parts that need to be lubricated will be lubricated, and parts that look as if they’re vulnerable to failure will be swapped out.
The latter is important, because it can help prevent costly emergency repairs.
Regular maintenance is also important in terms of keeping your homeowner’s insurance policy carrier happy. Why? Because the insurance company understands that regular maintenance can help prevent things from failing.
You’ll be able to address tiny problems before they turn into big ones
There are times when your furnace or central AC unit may seem as it’s working great, but upon closer inspection, a technician may notice that there is some hindrance in functionality. Small problems aren’t always evident until they become much bigger. Semi-annual maintenance appointments will give you the peace of mind that comes with knowing your heater or air conditioner is working in tip-top shape.
Experts you can trust
If you have additional questions about the benefits of routine maintenance, call Bauer Mechanical HVAC today to speak with a reputable technician. We’re experienced in working on all types of furnaces and air conditioners, large and small, and we can help commercial and residential customers.
For more information on our company, our services or about the cost of routine maintenance packages, call Bauer Mechanical HVAC today. We’ll be happy to answer any questions you may have and if you’re wanting to get an appointment on the books, we can help with that too.