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Is It Too Early to Schedule Heating Maintenance?

The weather in the Burlington area is still warm. In fact, it’s probably as pleasant as we can expect to have during the year. That may make it hard to imagine that you should attend to your home’s heating system and arrange for its annual maintenance visit. Doesn’t it seem just a bit too early for it?

The simple answer is, no. Once September arrives, it is definitely time to consider your heating needs for the upcoming cold season. Here are some of the reasons we think you should have your annual preventive maintenance scheduled sooner rather than later:

It’s easy to find a convenient time for maintenance

The early fall is one of the less congested times of the year for HVAC contractors: there are fewer air conditioning emergencies, and most people haven’t started to use their heating systems yet. This means that folks like us can easily fit your maintenance session onto our schedules at a time that is most convenient for you.

Extra time to have necessary repairs done

It’s always a smart idea to find out if you need to have repair work on your heating system long before you actually need to have heat in your home. If a maintenance technician discovers that your heater requires repairs, you won’t be a in a crunch to have the work scheduled. (And, as we mentioned above, we won’t be in a crunch either!)

You won’t be caught unprepared

Heating maintenance provides you with numerous benefits, but perhaps the best is that it gives you peace of mind. You’ll feel confident that the heater will make it through the winter. Why not start with that peace of mind right now? When you have maintenance taken care of early in the fall, you’ll rest easy knowing your home is ready for any unexpected cold snap that might blow through.

Red Rock Mechanical offers comprehensive heating services for Burlington, VT and the surrounding areas. Call today to schedule maintenance.

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