If you use propane to heat your Southern Maryland home, you know about the reliability and efficiency of propane-powered furnaces and boilers.
But to keep your home’s heating system dependable and efficient, you need to take good care of it. That includes an annual professional maintenance tune-up by the knowledgeable, experienced team of service technicians at Taylor.
A tune-up from Taylor will keep your heating system operating efficiently throughout the winter, and it will avoid breakdowns. The average cost of fixing a heating system is between $300 and $400. A tune-up is much more affordable! But that’s only the beginning of why now is the time to get your heating system serviced.
Reduced heating costs. A well-maintained heater or boiler will operate at its maximum efficiency, which means you’ll use the least amount of propane necessary to maintain your house warm. That can help you save a lot of money on your energy bills!
Protected heating system. A properly functioning heating system is an important investment in the value of your home and the comfort of your family. When your heating system is well maintained, it works more effectively and has fewer breakdowns. As a result, the life span of your home’s heating system may be significantly extended.
Protected warranty. Manufacturers of home heating systems typically demand that homeowners have an annual professional maintenance tune-up as a term of their warranties. If you don’t get maintenance, you may end up spending a lot of money on repairs down the road because your warranty gets canceled.
As the weather becomes colder, our service department gets busier. Some of it is due to people who have delayed having their heating systems maintained. Others are dealing with heating system failures due to a lack of maintenance.
The sooner you make an appointment for your tune-up, the easier it is to get one that works for you. You won’t have to wait as long if you don’t delay any longer.
Don’t risk a breakdown. Contact Taylor today to schedule maintenance for your home’s propane-powered equipment.
Written By: on December 6, 2021