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January 11, 2016
Maintaining your home’s heating system is a big responsibility for any Lexington area homeowner, but few people actually take the time to schedule routine maintenance to make sure their systems are running smoothly year-round. Without routine heating maintenance, your home’s system may run less efficiently, which means it also runs the risk of breaking down and racking up larger utility bills. Synergy Home is here to help! With our easy and cost-effective HVAC maintenance, we’ll keep your system running efficiently 24/7!
Common Heating Problems
These problems are all common occurrences for unmaintained systems:
Blown fuses resulting in overheating and breakdowns
Carbon monoxide leaks
Clogged drain lines
What A Preventive Maintenance Check Can Do
At Synergy Home, we understand that any of these problems can mean trouble for your home performance and comfort. When we come in and perform routine maintenance or fixes on your heating system, we make sure to thoroughly inspect it for issues and provide long-term solutions as quickly as possible. Our team’s typical heating maintenance checks include:
Checking the thermostat
Inspection for carbon monoxide leaks
Replacement of filters
Checking system controls
Tightening electrical connections
Inspecting the condensate drain
Lubricating moving parts
Once these checks are performed and fixes are made, your heating system will be running much more efficiently, which means your Lexington home will have lower utility bills with improved indoor comfort.
Don’t wait for an emergency to schedule heating maintenance for your Lexington home, call Synergy Home at 859-687-0553 and schedule a checkup today!
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