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Maintaining Your Heating System

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Steps to Maintain Your Heater

Your heater is an integral part of your HVAC system. A heater plays a major role in keeping your home comfortable and warm during the winter season. Heaters need regular maintenance just like any other system in your home in order to last longer and operate with few problems.

Our team wants to help you keep your family comfortable this winter, so here are a few tips to maintain your heating system in this blog.

Always Check Air Filters

One of the most important things you should always be doing is checking your air filter. Inspect your air filter year-round for both your heating and air conditioning system. Clean air filters make your heater more functional and reduce the amount of work your heater has to do in order to make your home feel warm. Replace air filters regularly for the best results.

Keep Vents Open and Clear

Something homeowners usually forget is that your vents should always be open and clear of debris and dirt. Air vents are what allow heat to flow throughout your home. Clogged air vents make your unit work harder and can also reduce the lifespan of your heater.

Get Your Heating System Inspected

There are two ways you can go about inspecting your heater. The first way to inspect your heater is by making sure that the area around it is clean and clear at all times yourself. The second way to get your heater inspected is by hiring a professional to do a thorough inspection to make sure that all components of your heater are working properly and do not need to be replaced.

Keeping Your Home Warm in the Winter

It's always better to be safe than sorry when it comes to keeping your home warm during the winter. So, when your heater is displaying issues and having a hard time heating your entire home, or if you notice things like cold spots, and loud noises coming from your heater, these are all signs that you need to give us a call! Our team at A. Fagundes Plumbing & Heating Inc. has been helping homeowners solve and resolve HVAC issues throughout Massachusetts since 2003! Give us a call so we can help fix your heating problems at (978) 350-5522 today!
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