Heating System Cleaning & Inspection in Princeton & Wadesville, IN

With the first day of autumn upon us and the unseasonably warm temperatures we’ve been experiencing in the Evansville area, perhaps the last thing on your mind is the heating season. After all, according to the calendar we have plenty of time before Old Man Winter rears his head.

But now is actually the perfect time to think about your heating system, and to make sure that it’s  ready to keep you safe and warm, all winter long. And you can do just that by scheduling your annual heating system inspection and tune up today.

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Here are just some of the reasons why:

Peace of Mind – A licensed technician will thoroughly inspect your heating equipment to make sure that it is operating safely.  He or she will test the gas lines and heat exchangers for leaks, examine the flue for obstructions, tighten electrical connections, and more, and all to help protect you from possible fires, hazardous fumes, and deadly carbon monoxide.

Efficiency – Over time, dirt and dust accumulate on condenser coils, clog air filters, and make your heating equipment work harder to keep you warm and comfortable. A professional cleaning will help your system run more efficiently, saving you money on your home heating costs.

Cleaner Indoor Air – Clean filters and fan motors mean cleaner indoor air moving through your home, which is especially important for those suffering from allergies, asthma, and other respiratory ailments.

Increased System Life – Properly maintaining your home heating system can add years to its lifespan. Additionally, pinpointing and repairing small problems now can save you from a costly emergency repair this winter, which usually manage to occur at the worst possible times.

At Baylor Heating, Air Conditioning & Plumbing, our professional and highly trained technicians service all makes and models of home heating systems, including yours.  So for a job done right, with your 100% satisfaction guaranteed, why not contact us today to get your heating system fit for active duty, mechanically speaking.