Just like any other appliance or major piece of equipment in your home, your heating system needs a certain amount of care to continue functioning at the high level you expect it to. This means making sure that you schedule routine maintenance once a year—or twice a year if you’re using a heat pump.
Even if your heater is relatively new, it’s really never too early to start planning to keep it in good working order. Regular maintenance appointments are the best way to make sure your system will always work when you need it to. But what do you get out of these maintenance appointments? Read on to find out.