Don't Leave Your Heater In The Cold | Choose Preventative Maintenance

King George Plumbing and Heating's Heater Maintenance ensures your heating and cooling system its properly cared for. Since no one likes surprise costly repair bills, the best way to keep your household climate-safe and comfortable is by utilizing a preventative maintenance plan.

Our comprehensive maintenance plans are designed to check for all possible mechanical and system weaknesses over time as well as provide complete diagnostic evaluations that help keep our customers' heating systems running smoothly for years to come.

Ready to Save on Your Heating Bills?

If you're wondering what the benefits of preventative maintenance on your HVAC system may be, you're in the right place.

We've been in the industry long enough to know that a routine service checkup is not only beneficial, but it's also downright critical to the overall health and longevity of any HVAC system.

Still not convinced? Here are some of the most crucial advantages to keeping up with a preventative maintenance schedule for your heating system:

Heating Maintenance Helps To Lower Your Bills

  • With improved energy efficiency, your fine-tuned heating system will also come with a more budget-friendly monthly energy bill. Who doesn't like lower utility costs?

Cut Down On Your Heater Costly Repairs with Preventative Maintenance

  • Having your furnace inspected routinely has the added bonus of saving you on unexpected high repair bills down the line. By inspecting and fine-tuning the mechanical and electrical components of your heating system, our team is able to identify potential problem areas before they become major repair issues with greater damage (and cost).

Maximize Your Longevity With Heater Maintenance

  • Just as you would attend to your car with routine oil changes, tune-ups, and tire rotations, having regular maintenance done on your HVAC unit will help maximize its lifespan and help you get the most life out of your heating system.

With our Maintenance Plans, Keep Your Heater at Peak Efficiency

  • Stay green with higher efficiency. Over time, your furnace will require tweaks and adjustments in order to maintain its overall efficiency ratings. Regular maintenance helps make sure your system is always running at optimal conditions for years to come.

Choose The Right Maintenance Plan For Your Heater

Replace the stress of having to deal with a broken furnace during uncomfortable times with proactive services that will ensure your system is running at its peak performance.

Our team is dedicated to helping our customers find the perfect balance for their HVAC maintenance needs. We work hard to keep you in perfect comfort year-round and are proud of our ability to provide the highest quality service, tailored to your individual needs.

We are here to help all of our clients improve the overall quality, efficiency, and longevity of their heating systems. Give us a call today to see how our maintenance options can help make all the difference in the world with your HVAC unit!

Effective preventative heater maintenance plans are so much more than simply swapping out your furnace filters.

Heater Maintenance: Frequently Asked Questions

What are some common issues of heating equipment?
Some common heating problems include strange noises, leaks, or ineffective heating. If you notice any of these symptoms, you should contact a trained technician as soon as possible. Additionally, if your unit is not properly maintained, it may cause these symptoms to occur more frequently.

Do heaters need to be serviced?
Absolutely! You should have your heater unit checked regularly, yearly to ensure it works properly when you need it most. Additionally, if you live in an area with high humidity, you may need to have your heater serviced more frequently to prevent mold growth.

How can I prevent heating problems?
The best way to prevent heating problems is to have your unit serviced regularly by a trained technician. Additionally, be sure to keep the area around your unit clean and free of debris. Finally, if you notice any strange noises or leaks coming from your unit, be sure to contact a trained technician as soon as possible.