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Your heating and cooling system is one of the most critical components in keeping your home safe and comfortable. While it’s best to have your air conditioner checked in the spring, fall is the best time to check your heater in El Paso. This is because winter is right around the corner, so HVAC companies will be swamped with last-minute heating repairs and installations. 

So, if you want to beat the hustle and bustle of the winter rush, you should get all your heating repairs and service work done in the fall. Contact us or call (915) 842-8615 to schedule your heating installations, repairs, and maintenance today with the Air Conditioning Company!  

Reasons to Get Your Heater Serviced in the Fall

Save Money on Your Heating Bills 

One of the main reasons to get your furnace serviced in the fall is to save money on upcoming heating repair bills. Having your furnace professionally maintained and serviced will help it run more efficiently, leading to lower heating costs. 

Beat the Winter Rush 

As we said before, it’s crucial to maintain your furnace or heater in the fall because heating and cooling companies will be swamped when winter hits. If you make your appointment now, there’s a good chance that we can be at your place of residence in a day or two. However, when you wait until winter, it could be weeks before an HVAC company has an opening in their schedule. 

Protect Your Indoor Air Quality 

During the summer, you can open windows and turn on fans if your air seems stagnant and stale. However, opening a window isn’t an option if you don’t like how your air smells and feels when it’s freezing cold outside. 

A big part of fall heater maintenance is checking your furnace filter, air ducts, and indoor air quality. We’ll ensure that your ducts are clean, your furnace filter gets changed, and you have good indoor air quality. That way, you can breathe easier this winter and have confidence that you’re not inhaling stale or dirty air. If maintenance is no longer an option, The Air Conditioning Company in El Paso can provide you with a new heating installation.

Catch Problems Before They Happen 

One of the things that we do during heating repairs at the Air Conditioning Company is catching problems before they happen. By catching issues before they have a chance to manifest, you can avoid heating shutdowns during winter because of a faulty system. The last thing you want to happen is for your furnace to give out in the middle of a 20-degree night. 

If we notice any problems with your El Paso system, we’ll notify you and make the necessary heating repairs with your permission. 

Increase the Lifespan of Your Furnace 

On average, most furnaces and heaters that are properly maintained will last for 20 to 30 years. However, if you don’t perform regular maintenance checks on your furnace or heater, its lifespan will get cut in half and possibly even shorter. It may be time for a new heating installation.

You Might Need a Heater Replacement 

If you have an older furnace with many problems, we may recommend replacing it with a new system. While installing a new furnace is a bit of an investment, it’s worth making for your and your family’s safety. 

Schedule Your Fall Furnace Maintenance Visit Today

If you want to be responsible and adequately prepared for the upcoming El Paso winter, contact us or call (915) 842-8615 today to schedule an appointment. We have some of the best heating and cooling technicians, including seasoned service and maintenance professionals. If your furnace requires repairs, needs to get replaced, or if you want to have peace of mind heading into winter, we’re the team for the job. 

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