Can you believe the summer is almost over? Many homeowners are already starting to get ready for Fall weather, and one of the most important things that you can do is prepare your heater for the coming cold weather. Here at Sunset Air we want all of our customers to get the most out of their heating system this Winter. Here are a few things that you can do for your heating system to get it read to provide you with consistent and efficient heating. Call us today if you need any kind of Tacoma heating services like repair, installation or maintenance.
Tacoma Heating Tip: How to Get Ready for Fall
Check out some of our suggestions that you can do to get your heater ready for the Fall.
- Get it maintained – One of the best things that you can do for the performance and efficiency of your heating system is to get it tuned up by a professional. From all the use that it got the previous winter and then all the sitting around that it did during the summer, there are a lot of different things that could have started to go wrong with it. During the maintenance visit, your technician will thoroughly inspect and clean the entire system to make sure that there isn’t any debris, insects or rodents inside of it which could cause problems. They’ll alert you to any repairs that need to be made which could help you fix them before they turn into larger, more costly repairs.
- Change the air filter – If you have a forced air heater like a furnace or a heat pump then it likely shares an air filter with your air conditioning system. Your AC has likely been running a lot over the summer which means that the air filter could be clogged with all kinds of debris like dust, dirt and pollen. Changing the air filter before the fall will help ensure that your heater can pull in plenty of air without any restrictions. This will help increase its efficiency and also make sure that you get plenty of warm air.
Call Sunset Air for any Tacoma heating maintenance that you’re interested in scheduling. We’d love to send one of our experts to your home to check out your heater and make sure that it is working well.