Why You Should Use a Maintenance Plan and services
Heater maintenance is essential to keep your heater working properly and keeping you warm all winter long. Many people don't think about it until they need repairs, and by then, it's often too late.
That's why ClimaTek offers preventive heating maintenance plans to help you avoid costly repairs down the road. Our affordable plans include a wide range of services that will keep your heater running like new. Contact us today to learn more!
What is a heating maintenance plan, what does it include?
A heating maintenance plan is a service agreement that includes regular inspections and tune-ups for your heater. This helps prevent minor problems from turning into big ones and saves you money in the long run. Our plans include:
- An annual inspection of your heater
- A tune-up of all major components
- Filter replacement
- Lubrication of all moving parts
- Tightening of all electrical connections
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Why should I use a maintenance plan?
There are several reasons to use a heating maintenance plan for your heater. First, it can help you avoid costly repairs down the road. You can often prevent them from turning into major issues by catching minor problems early. Second, it can help extend the life of your heater. Regular maintenance can keep your heater running like new for many years. Finally, it can save you money on your energy bills. Well-maintained heaters run more efficiently and use less energy, leading to lower heating costs.
When should I replace my heater?
Although regular maintenance can help extend the life of your heater, eventually, it will need to be replaced. How often this happens depends on a number of factors, including the type of heater you have, how well it's been maintained, and the climate you live in. In general, furnaces last between 15 and 20 years, while boilers last 20 and 30 years. If your heater is approaching the end of its lifespan, our team can help you choose a new one that will meet your needs.
Contact ClimaTek today to learn more about our heating maintenance plans and how we can help keep your heater running like new!
How often should you have your home inspected/maintained?
The answer to this question depends on a number of factors, but most experts recommend having your home inspected once a year.
This will help you identify any potential problems early and prevent them from turning into more significant issues down the road. ClimaTek offers annual heating maintenance plans that include regular inspections and tune-ups for your heater.
What to do if you experience problems with your maintenance plan?
If you experience any problems with your heating maintenance plan, please contact us immediately. We will be happy to help you troubleshoot the problem and find a solution that meets your needs. Thank you for choosing ClimaTek! Thank you for reading! We hope this has helped answer some of your questions about heating maintenance plans.
What to do if something goes wrong?
If you find that your heater isn't working as efficiently as it should be, or if it's not working, you should first check your heating maintenance plan. If you're covered, then great! You can give ClimaTek a call, and they'll send somebody out to take a look. If you're not covered, you'll have to decide whether you want to repair or replace your heater.
There are a few things to consider when making this decision.
How old is your heater?
If it's more than 15 years old, replacement is probably the best option. What kind of condition is it in? Is it still under warranty? If it's not in excellent condition and under warranty, then a repair might not be worth the money.
How much will the repairs cost?
This is something you'll have to talk to our professional experts about. They'll be able to give you a reasonable estimate of how much it will cost to fix your heater. If the repairs will cost more than half the price of a new heater, it's probably not worth it to repair the old one.
How much money can you save by repairing your heater?
If your heater is energy-efficient, you might save some money on your energy bills by repairing it. However, if your heater is old and not very energy-efficient, you might not save much money.
So, those are a few things to consider when deciding whether to repair or replace your heater.