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    Nov 14, 2019

    posted by: McCall's Supply, Inc.

    Should I Have an HVAC Inspection Before Winter?

    Should I Have an HVAC Inspection Before Winter?
    preparing for 2020

    One of the most common general HVAC service questions heating and cooling companies get asked as the weather gets colder is “should I have an HVAC inspection before winter?” Keep reading to find out why an HVAC inspection should be one of the most important thing on your to-do list before winter.

    Lower Risk of Malfunctions

    Having your heating and cooling system inspected before winter can help you identify any problems that could become more serious over the winter. Getting your HVAC checked before winter could help you to avoid any unexpected break downs in the middle of a cold winter night. Your HVAC tech can identify small issues before they become big problems. A regularly serviced heating system is also going to be clean and lubricated and will run more smoothly, reducing the potential for breakdowns.

    Lower Your Heating Costs

    An HVAC system that gets regular TLC will run more efficiently and use less energy to heat your home. An inspection can ensure your system will run at its best throughout the winter, saving you money on utility bills.

    Get More Life Out of Your Furnace

    With regular inspections, you can avoid problems that could result in the need to replace your furnace prematurely. Making sure your HVAC system is running efficiently will help you to keep your heat running for years to come.

    Are you questioning whether you should have your HVAC inspected before winter? It’s a smart investment. Regular maintenance can save you a significant amount by avoiding repairs, and emergency service calls this winter as well as helping to lower your energy bills. Contact the pros at McCall’s to learn more about your this common question as well as any of your other general HVAC service questions.

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