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How Often Should HVAC Be Serviced?

Prevent Problems, Extend Equipment Life

hvac tune up new jersey HVAC stands for heating, ventilation, and air conditioning. It refers to the systems that regulate and move heated and cooled air throughout buildings and other structures, from homes to offices and even submarines. Although there are many options when it comes to HVAC systems, they all work similarly, taking in fresh air and using a mechanical ventilation system to heat or cool a structure to a desired temperature. HVAC units also can control humidity levels and improve air quality through air cleaners that capture bacteria, spores, and virus-sized particles.

Just like your car, a home’s heating system, as well as its central air conditioning unit, has a range of electrical and mechanical components that can wear down or break if you don’t follow your equipment manufacturer’s maintenance recommendations. The manufacturer can also void your long-term warranty if you are negligent with equipment maintenance.

Generally speaking, HVAC systems should be serviced once a year to ensure your equipment is operating safely and efficiently. Please review your owner’s manual for more specific maintenance guidelines.

Benefits of Annual HVAC Maintenance

Getting yearly tune-ups on your home comfort equipment is the most important thing you can do to ensure your equipment runs as efficiently as possible. Here are the key benefits of getting annual service done on your HVAC system.

Do You Need Off-Season Heating Repairs?

Let’s shift the focus to identify certain problems you may be noticing with your heating oil system. By the way, certain system problems can be traced back to a lack of maintenance.

If you noticed any problems with your heating system this past winter, please don’t ignore it. These are most likely “red flags” alerting you to the need for professional service.

Here are some examples.

Unusual Noises from Your Heating System

Here are a few sounds and the possible cause. Note: a correct diagnosis can only be made with an onsite visit by a licensed service technician.

If you have been experiencing these problems or need to schedule annual maintenance, please reach out to your New Jersey full-service heating oil company.