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Heating Maintenance & Tune Up in Clarksville, TN

Heating Maintenance Clarksville, TNYour heating system, just like any number of other modern systems in your home, can be costly, but it is completely necessary for home comfort. Proper heating maintenance in Clarksville, TN will help to protect the investment you have made, while helping to keep your family warm and safe. Also, when you allow our professional technicians from Baggett Heating & Cooling to maintain your unit, it will run at a higher level of efficiency, reducing heating repairs and heating costs.

Tune-Ups for Your Heating Systems

One of the most effective methods to keep your heating system working properly is to schedule routine heating maintenance every 6 months with Baggett Heating & Cooling. Our technicians will check all the components of the unit. We will also diligently clean all the filters, coils, and drains to ensure blockage-free passage for fluids and air. We will also top off any lubricants of fluids that may be low to ensure your system is running at optimal levels.

Precision Tune Up Checklist:

  • Clean and adjust burner assembly
  • Clean ignition assembly
  • Inspect heat exchanger or elements (if accessible)
  • Inspect blower components
  • Clean evaporator coil (if accessible)
  • Clean condenser coil
  • Clean condensate drains
  • Monitor refrigerant pressure
  • Monitor air flow
  • Measure volts / amps
  • Measure temperature difference
  • Test safety controls
  • Test starting capabilities
  • Tighten electrical connections
  • Adjust thermostat calibration

Maintain Your Heating System for Superior Performance

When it comes to heating maintenance, no one understands as much about the inner workings of these units than Baggett Heating & Cooling. We can help create a custom maintenance schedule to ensure your system continues operating efficiently. This will save you time and frustration with breakdowns and the need for regular repairs.

What is the most efficient way to maintain my heating system?

To ensure your heating systems remains at peak performance and is the most efficient system it can possibly be, there are a few steps homeowners should take. For starters, regularly scheduled maintenance should be marked on your calendar. It is highly recommended that a professional examine all heating systems at least once per year to ensure nothing has gone wrong or is breaking down due to heavy use in the household. Next, cleaning the heating system regularly is vital. You want to ensure the filter is changed out every so often – once per month in a busy household works wonders – and clear any debris or dust from the unit itself during this cleaning process. If you are uncomfortable with performing such tasks, call in an HVAC professional to handle everything. We would be more than happy to ensure your system is running as efficiently as possible.

What equipment requires preventive maintenance?

When it comes to ensuring your heating system is functioning properly, nothing works more efficiently than preventative maintenance. At least once per year you should have a professionally trained HVAC expert come out and examine your entire heating system from top to bottom. During this maintenance visit, the technician will look over your boiler and furnace heating systems, the duct work, any pipes, dampers, valves, radiators, pumps, fuel lines, blowers, and the furnace itself. By checking each of these components over as best as possible, our technician will find any issues that have occurred or any potential issues that may occur if you continue running the heating system without performing the proper care regime beforehand. Upon finding an issue, our HVAC technician will explain the situation so you may decide whether or not you want the problem fixed then and there. We highly recommend having the issue rectified as soon as possible.

Does my heating equipment need regular maintenance?

Have you ever heard the saying, “an ounce of prevention is worth a pound of cure?” Well, the same rings true when it comes to a heating system and the equipment associated with it. In order to prevent long-term damage or costly repairs down the road, homeowners need to care for their heating equipment and systems to ensure they continue to run as efficiently as possible. When the unit runs efficiently, you save money and remain comfortable during the cold winter months of the year. Each unit should be inspected annually by a trained technician who knows the ins and outs of an HVAC system. This technician will inspect each coil, fan blade, and capacitor, ensuring the entire system is functioning as it was originally intended to. Without regular maintenance, a part may break down and need replacement, or the entire system could cease functioning. These two jobs are far more costly than simple maintenance.

Why should I have yearly maintenance on my heating system?

Many furnace manufacturers recommend having a yearly inspection performed on your heating system within the home. Maintenance should be performed by a qualified technician at all times, which means no do-it-yourself jobs should be completed on a furnace or boiler system used to heat a household. Within the warranties for these heating systems, many manufacturers clearly state that damage due to improper maintenance will not be covered at all under the warranty. This does not necessarily mean that an annual inspection and maintenance is required, but it will definitely prevent something worse from occurring to your heating system. If you would prefer to err on the side of caution, it would be best to schedule a yearly checkup for your heating system ahead of time. This way, our trained technicians can ensure your system remains covered under the warranty and can prevent any further complications from occurring down the line.

If you are interested in setting up a heating maintenance schedule for your heating system, call our professional technicians at Baggett Heating & Cooling today at (931) 645-2859 for more information.