August 14, 2019
August marks the last weeks of summer before Labor Day. While you’re enjoying fun in the sun, your heating system is probably the last thing on your mind. But what if we told you that now is the best time to book your annual heating tune-up? Don’t wait! Warm weather won’t last.
Find out why homeowners in Pennsylvania are scheduling their heating tune-ups long before temperatures start to drop.
Top 5 Reasons to Book Your Heating Tune-Up Today
1. Keep Things Convenient
Call your full-service fuel and HVAC provider to schedule service before the neighborhood rush. You’ll be able to book your tune-up when it is most convenient for you, instead of settling for one of the last service appointments available.
2. Increase Operating Efficiency
Energy providers recommend that homeowners schedule annual maintenance for their oil or gas heating systems because just one yearly visit can greatly improve system efficiency.
3. Lower Heating Bills
When your boiler or furnace is running more efficiently, it uses less fuel to produce maximum heat. This means just one annual tune-up can significantly lower your annual heating costs. You save money and save energy – it’s a win-win.
4. Extend Equipment Lifespan
During your annual tune-up, your HVAC service technician will perform preventative maintenance and can identify any components that need repair or replacement. This will help make your heating system last longer.
5. Reduce Risk of Breakdowns
Winter in Pennsylvania is no joke. You want to make sure that your heating system is up to the challenge! Scheduling your gas or boiler tune-up before the first frost will ensure that your equipment is in tip-top shape before it starts to work hard during the colder months.
Book Now, Beat the Rush!
The best part about booking your annual heating tune-up for your oil or gas heating system? It just takes a few minutes to schedule service. Simply call Dwyer at (215) 248-4300 or contact us online. We will schedule your tune-up when it is most convenient for you. Then, you can get back to enjoying the last days of summer.