There are many things we have to look forward to this winter in the St. Charles area, like the first snowfall, the holidays, and warm mugs of hot chocolate. But one thing nobody is anxiously awaiting is higher energy bills. That’s why now is the perfect time to get preventive maintenance on your HVAC system.

What is the purpose of preventive maintenance?

Preventive maintenance is designed to keep your HVAC unit running at optimal performance before the major heating and cooling seasons when it’s working the hardest. If your system is not properly inspected, cleaned, and tuned up at least once a year, it could be working much harder throughout the summer and winter months – and your energy bills could go through the roof!

Think of your furnace like your car

To keep your car running smoothly, you have to get regular oil changes, rotate your tires, and replace your air filters. That way, you can avoid expensive repairs in the future. Your furnace is the same way. By having a technician perform preventive maintenance now, you can avoid potentially expensive repairs down the line, especially during those cold winter days when your furnace is working nearly nonstop.

Keep your furnace running when you need it the most

Winter is the season that you depend on your furnace the most. It keeps you warm at night and provides comfort for all the guests you have in your home during the holidays. Can you imagine if it stopped working during the coldest days of the year? With HVAC preventive maintenance, you can feel at ease because your furnace is guaranteed to keep your family comfortable and your energy bills low.

If you have any questions or would like to schedule maintenance on your furnace, contact Jerry Kelly Heating & Air Conditioning, your St. Charles area HVAC company.

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