Posted on September 26th, 2013
Many people take their heating systems for granted. That is, until they stop working. Don’t wait until you are faced with a cold, winter night without heat, before you realize that you should have taken better care of your heater. At Western Heating & Air, we know how important it is to keep your heating system running at peak performance. With the knowledge and experience you need, we will be there to provide the necessary heating maintenance in Orem required to help keep your home warm and comfortable all winter long.
Benefits of Regular Maintenance
When it comes to maintenance, your heating system is just like a car. The more you invest in taking care of it, the better it will run. Some of the benefits of regular heating maintenance include:
- Catch problems early to avoid expensive repairs
- Prolong the life of your heater
- Save money on energy costs due to increased efficiency
- Avoid emergency service costs
- Peace of mind
Do the Math
One of main reasons many homeowners put off calling in a professional to provide maintenance services is that they want to avoid the expense. What they do not realize, however, is that for a relatively small price, maintenance can be instrumental in avoiding a much larger expense down the road. In fact, the vast majority of benefits provided by regular heater maintenance actually help to save you money.
Let the heating and air conditioning pros at Western Heating & Air help you keep your home comfortable while saving you money by providing the maintenance services your heating systems needs. Call us at [phone] for more information.
Posted on September 20th, 2013
Ryan and Angie Snow, owners at Western Heating & Air Conditioning in Utah County, attended Comfortech in Philadelphia this past week. Comfortech is not only a National HVACR product showcase, but also a place to learn the best business practices from successful industry leaders throughout the nation. Contractors from all over the world come to attend this show and learn from the best! Ryan and Angie feel very fortunate to be a part of this event and this industry.
Angie says, “We have learned so much that will help our business improve in many areas. We will continue to raise the bar for our industry in Utah County as we continue to implement these practices. We are always looking for ways to provide better service for our customers, and a great work environment for our employees.”