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Heater Maintenance in Utah County

Keep Your Home Cozy All Winter Long

When cold weather hits, no one wants to turn on the heat only to find out it doesn’t work. By properly maintaining your heating system, you can ensure it doesn’t break down when you need it while also extending its life. At Triple-T Plumbing, Heating & Air, we provide comprehensive heating maintenance to ensure your system is in its best shape. Don’t wait until your system shuts down in the middle of winter—contact us today to schedule a maintenance appointment!

Dial (801) 335-6261 now to schedule your appointment. We serve customers in Provo, Orem, Salt Lake City, Lehi, and American Fork.

Preventative Heating Maintenance

The best way to care for your heating system is to take care of regular furnace and heater maintenance before a problem occurs. Professionals typically recommend scheduling a routine heating inspection once a year with a certified HVAC technician.

They can examine your system to ensure it works properly, such as:

  • Check all of the elements of the system
  • Clean the internal area of the furnace
  • Check or replace the air filter
  • Clean the motor and fan
  • Inspect ductwork and piping
  • Check oil and propane tanks
  • Test the entire system

These routine heater maintenance services are some of the most important steps you can take to keep your heating system running smoothly.

Beyond routine annual heater inspections, you should schedule a maintenance visit anytime you notice something amiss with your heating system.

Your heating system may need repair if you have noticed:

  • Your home is not staying warm
  • Your energy bills seem to be going up without running the heat more often
  • You hear strange noises from your furnace

Don’t wait for your system to shut down or show signs of serious damage before calling in a professional. If our technicians can catch the issue early, the repair is usually simpler and costs less money and time for you.

Benefits of Regular Heating Maintenance

The most important benefit of regular heating maintenance is a heating system that is less likely to break down during the cold days of fall and winter. Regular inspections and maintenance mean our technicians can catch problems early on before they cause your system to shut down. Routine heating maintenance can also help catch potential health hazards such as carbon monoxide leaks before they become an issue for you and your family.

Beyond health and safety, regular heater maintenance and furnace maintenance will also extend the life of your heating system and improve its energy efficiency, saving you money. With all of these benefits, there’s no reason not to stay on top of routine heating maintenance.

At Triple-T Heating and Cooling, our technicians are all EPA- and RMGA-certified with years of experience to help you keep your heating system in top shape.

If you’re interested in scheduling heating maintenance, call us today at (801) 335-6261 or contact us online for an appointment!

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