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Stay Ahead of the Game, Get Your Furnace Maintenance Done Before Winter Hits

Stay Ahead of the Game, Get Your Furnace Maintenance Done Before Winter Hits

Fall is a hectic time. School is beginning, social activities flourish, and you’ve probably got a list of things you want to get done in the yard and in your house before the weather turns cold in Des Moines. While your to-do list may have enough already, there’s something that people often forget to incorporate—and it’s a task that Heartland Heating & Cooling can help you with; scheduling a preventative furnace maintenance appointment.

The last thing you want to deal with is a furnace breakdown during the cold months. A preventative maintenance appointment can helps to make sure your home stays warm and cozy through the winter months ahead. Throughout your appointment, the professionals at Heartland Heating & Cooling will ensure your furnace is clean and that all its components are working appropriately. If we find any potential small issues, we’ll take care of them before they become big problems. Avoiding a mid-winter breakdown can save you extra expenses and a lot of stress, but you will notice even more benefits from annual preventative maintenance appointments.

Preventative maintenance works to keep your furnace operating at top efficiency. Your furnace will not run as efficiently as it could without regular maintenance. If you take care of your furnace, it’ll pay you back with warm, cozy days and potentially lower your utility costs.

Routine maintenance could also be necessary to retain your warranty up. It’s become typical for manufacturers to require annual preventative maintenance to keep your warranty valid.

Heartland Heating & Cooling has your safety, comfort and budget in mind, so contact us today to schedule your proactive, preventative furnace repair appointment. Simply call us at 515-344-3579. We’ll take care of your furnace for you so you can focus on your to-do list and spend time enjoying the fall.

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