The first sign of seasonal change for many is when the school year starts and beloved football gets underway, and it is often the same time when people start thinking about preparing their homes for the coming winter and getting their heating system checked.
No surprise but businesses in strip malls, large malls, and on TV and radio start getting their Fall and winter message out. For heating companies, this begins their “winter” season when they begin getting calls from people who want to get their heating systems serviced.
Residential heating systems service and repair in Rock Hill SC, York County SC, and Fort Mill SC, people are enjoying the last days of moderate temperature and begin planning for the coming winter by calling Comfort Zone of the Carolinas to come perform a heating system check on your furnace in Rock Hill SC. In fact, many consider this the perfect time to upgrade and replace their HVAC unit to an energy saving one. It is best to do this before it gets too cold.
People in South Carolina know that the summers are hot and the winters are cold, and cold means really cold during the winter months. Getting a heating system check now can save one from an emergency fix when the temperatures are at the freezing point. It can also save money and hassle, and help avoid health issues that could arise. The peak winter season means lots of heating systems are breaking down and service calls to Comfort Zone are heavy. Taking care of your heating system in Rock Hill SC preemptively will help avoid these problems.
Your heating and cooling system in Rock Hill SC needs to be inspected, the air ducts cleaned from any lingering dust or other airborne irritants, while making sure no mold has taken residence in them. This will help keep your air clean and fresh during the winter months when windows in your home are least likely to be opened occasionally for that fresh air.
It is just as important to make sure your heating system is tested so that when your thermostat is on 72 degrees, it is actually warming your house at 72 and not a number higher or lower. If it is off even a few degrees, you will be paying higher energy costs when that money would be best used elsewhere. Unfortunately, and strangely true, heat pumps can ice up during the winter, in spite of their ability to defrost, if that is a component of your heating system. This can be an expensive problem to correct in your heating system as it could cause damage to your entire heating system, and should be checked. Perhaps, even, it is a good time to have your heating system replaced. Your Comfort Zone of the Carolinas technician will help you make the right decision.