As experts in San Francisco HVAC installation and repair, we know that while you may not realize it, your heating and a/c system is one of the most (if not the most) important components in your home. This is why it’s important to keep your system running efficiently; your family stays comfortable, you avoid costly repairs – or even replacement.
This winter, if you suspect that you have heater problems and avoid repair, it could end up costing you a whole lot more when all is said and done. We suggest that you have repairs done when they’re needed, rather than waiting until it becomes a bigger problem. It’s also essential that you have your HVAC system inspected twice each year, so that potential problems can be avoided – and you enjoy years of dependable comfort.
When should you have your HVAC system inspected? It’s highly recommended that you do this twice each year, preferably during the spring and fall. In doing so, you’re having your heating/cooling inspected immediately prior to the seasons you need it most, summer and winter. While you may think your San Francisco HVAC contractor simply “takes a look” at your system during inspection, it actually involves much more. Your technician will clean the system, lubricate any moving parts, and determine if there are repairs that should be made, informing you before making the repairs.
Having your heater break down in the middle of winter isn’t only inconvenient and potentially costly, it could be dangerous for you and your family. While winter temperatures don’t usually drop to extremely dangerous levels in the area, it can happen. You don’t want your family to be without heat in extreme cold, and having your pipes freeze or burst will bring on an entirely new set of problems.
When it comes to keeping your HVAC system running smoothly and at top efficiency, count on the professionals at Ortiz Heating & Air Conditioning. Whether for installation, maintenance, or repairs, we are the San Francisco HVAC company you can trust for keeping costs down, and your family comfortable all seasons of the year.