Living somewhere like Oklahoma means we deal with seriously chilly temperatures during the winter. If you want your heater to do its job to keep you and your household comfortable all season long, then it is essential that you schedule regular heating maintenance with a trusted HVAC contractor, like our team! Maintenance tune-ups are a more involved process than most homeowners realize, and it’s not something we recommend you attempt on your own.
That said, there are certainly some basic maintenance tasks you can conduct on your own. For example, you should replace your HVAC air filter every 1–3 months, and every year before you need your furnace, boiler, or heat pump, you should make sure that the system itself is unobstructed. This is just the tip of the iceberg though when it comes to heating system care. If you’ve come across this blog post, it likely means you’ve already scheduled heating maintenance. But what now? What actually happens during this service appointment? Read on to find out!