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    Why annual heater tune-ups are important

    Annual tune-ups for your heating system can save you time, money, and save the life of your unit! Here are three main benefits of a pre-season heater tune-up.

    Longer lifespan. Annual doctor visits are key to preventing issues before they occur and treating issues quickly to ensure a longer life. The same goes for pre-season maintenance for your heater. Annual heater tune-ups are key to maintaining a healthy unit. Cleaning the unit, replacing filters, and making sure parts are in order each year will help prevent unexpected issues and ensure your system lasts for years to come.

    Higher efficiency & lower energy bills. The elements involved in a tune-up, like replacing the filter or cleaning the evaporator coil, will also result in higher efficiency. If your system is clouded with dirt and debris, it may be working harder to heat your home. When units work harder, much of the energy produced is loss to exhaust and not actually used toward heating your home. Cleaning and testing the system will get it to maximum efficiency, thereby increasing the comfort from your home-heating system and lowering your energy bills.

    Reduced risk of emergency breakdown. By getting a tune-up, a technician will be able to detect and diagnose any problems before they get worse and an unexpected system failure occurs. The last thing you want is to be surprised with no heat on a frigid winter day; a tune-up will lessen the risk of this happening. A tune-up will always cost less than having to repair or even replace your system in the event of a complicated issue.

    Call ECI today at 267-227-0995 to schedule your oil, gas, or heat pump tune-up before the schedule fills up! Or book online at www.ecicomfort.com/fall22.

    PHOTO CAP: Pre-season heater maintenance is important!

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