Written on: June 13, 2022
Are you a procrastinator? We get it. However, some things are better getting done early. One of those things is home heating system maintenance. Because getting your equipment checked, repaired, or replaced in the summer is a lot easier than doing it in the dead of winter.
If you have the time now to take care of any needed repairs or replacement of your home’s furnace or boiler, you can be assured that it will be ready whenever you need to turn it back on when temperatures drop.
The advantage of performing any heating system repairs or replacements in the summer is that our service department has a more open schedule. We’ll be able to promptly get to your home to perform any needed service.
Santa Energy’s service technicians are skilled, trained, and experienced. They have the know-how to help your home’s heating system run at its best, so you get the most out of your investment. Our technicians uphold our high standards by showing up when they say we will (or notifying you if there’s a delay) and providing expert, courteous service.
Did you detect any problems with your heating system during the previous winter? We can address them during the tune-up and make any necessary repairs now to ensure that your boiler or furnace is running at peak efficiency this winter.
At Santa Energy, we don’t believe in replacing a heating system just because it’s old. Keeping up with maintenance is key! But, if we find that replacing your boiler or furnace is a superior alternative during our tune-up or repairs, we’ll give you our honest, straight opinion and a FREE estimate. We can also help with financing and securing any rebates your new heating system qualifies for.
Replacing your heating system in the summer makes a lot of sense because your new high-efficiency boiler or furnace will be installed and ready to go when cold weather arrives.
Repair costs. If your heating system is in need of major repairs and the cost of those repairs is more than 50% of what it would cost to replace your furnace or boiler, replacement may be the most fiscally responsible option.
Performance. If the heating in your home was poor or uneven last winter, we will take a comprehensive look at your heating system to see what repairs can be done and/or when it’s time to start thinking about replacing it.
Heating costs. If your heating bills are going up but repairs aren’t likely to make a significant difference, it’s time to start thinking about replacing your furnace or boiler.
Future plans. Are you planning to retire or move in the next few years? A new heating system may be a good idea if you’re going to sell your house. A new heating system can increase the value of your home and improve its appeal to potential buyers. If retirement is in your near future, A new furnace or boiler will give you better energy efficiency and lower energy costs. You also won’t have to worry about replacing it soon after moving to a fixed income.