What’s Included with Heating Maintenance

Heater Maintenance Checklist

Getting maintenance performed on your heating system regularly is the best thing you can do for your HVAC unit as a whole. A tune-up not only helps performance, but also saves you money in the long run, and extends the life of your heater.

Why Is Maintenance Important?

Heater maintenance is essential for checking all of the components of your system. This allows your technician to make adjustments, clean the unit, test for issues, and lubricate parts as needed.

Regular maintenance is a proven way to make sure your system operates properly and safely. There are several advantages to getting maintenance like:

  • Validates your system’s warranty to save on repairs.

  • Removes buildup for efficiency.

  • Improve the lifespan of your unit.

  • Catch issues to prevent system breakdowns.

One maintenance appointment a year is needed for your heater.

What’s Usually Included?

Albright's Mechanical Services offers heater maintenance and repair services for homes in Baltimore and the surrounding areas. Here’s what you can generally expect during your heating maintenance appointment.

  • Adjust and check the heater’s fan belt tension

  • Check the flame sensor and burner

  • Lubricate parts

  • Verify and test system controls

  • Change the air filter

  • Check carbon monoxide levels

  • Check safety shut-off equipment

  • Check the heat exchanger

  • Check and test the flame sensor

  • Check the gas pressure

  • Examine belts for signs of wear and tear

  • Inspect electrical connections

  • Tighten electrical connections

  • Replace damaged or missing wires

Heater maintenance shouldn’t be overlooked as it is an essential part of upkeeping your home’s HVAC system. Regular maintenance is important!

Heater Maintenance from Experts at Albright's Mechanical Services

Our team at Albright's Mechanical Services inspects, maintains, and repairs gas, oil, and electrical heating systems. We offer a range of services that benefit the health of your HVAC system as a whole. For more information on how we can help maintain your system, or install a new system, reach out to us at (410) 834-0148 for more information!

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