As a homeowner in the St. Louis area, it is important that your heating system is not just properly installed by a trained and experienced HVAC team, but maintenance is also an integral part of keeping your system running for the maximum amount of time. Beyond operating longevity, keeping a home heating system properly maintained means helping it run efficiently, saving you money over the years. HVAC systems can be an investment of time and money on any homeowner, which is why our team at Meyer Heating and Air have put together this Heating System Maintenance Guide for Homeowners in the St. Louis, Missouri area. Whether you are in Arnold, Fenton, St. Charles, O’Fallon, Ballwin, Chesterfield or Sappington, our heating team has you covered with over 30 years of professional experience in the industry, insured, bonded, and licensed. At Meyer Heating and Air, we take on problems large and small, from home HVAC system repairs to commercial heating systems repairs. From electric heating system installations in your residence to gas heating systems in your office, we have you covered and care about our customers because our customers are our friends and our neighbors.
Typically, we think of our heating system when we need it. That means beginning in the fall through the winter months and early spring, we are conscious of our heating system because it is keeping us warm and comfortable in our home or office. However, maintaining your HVAC system as a homeowner in the St. Louis area is a year-round process. Committing to maintaining your system will help keep it from costly repairs, or worse, from needing to install a new HVAC system when you least expect. So what steps can you take throughout the year to keep your system functioning efficiently?
Checking the pilot light to make sure the furnace is on is one of the most important preventive maintenance steps you can do as a homeowner. With a gas HVAC system, the pilot light lets you know that there is gas and it is burning. Additionally, the flame should always be blue because any other color could mean too much carbon-monoxide is leaking into the air.
While there are many steps you can take as a homeowner to maintain your heating system, once a year you should call in the professionals to run proper inspections and diagnostics to ensure your system is fully functioning and operating at the highest efficiency. In cases of HVAC systems, efficiency is an important detail because inefficient systems result in literally throwing money out your window. At Meyer Heating and Air, our team is available 24 hours a day, 365 days a year in case you need a quick repair. However, in an effort to avoid those last-minute emergency calls, our highly skilled technicians are routinely scheduled to homes to ensure peak performance, saving you money on your utility bills and optimizing your heating system’s performance. By scheduling a professional for routine maintenance, you are also able to catch issues early on before they become large, expensive problems.
Since we are on the subject of efficiency, changing your air filters can be one of the easiest and cheapest ways to maintain your heating system. While your furnace should be working for you, sometimes you have to work for your furnace to operate smoothly. Clogged or dirty filters means your HVAC system is working that much harder to push air through the home. The result is an increase in your utility with a decrease in operating benefits.
As a homeowner, there’s only so much you can do to maintain your HVAC system. Cleaning your ducts and vents can be a two-person job meaning, you and a professional. If you are able, cleaning the ducts and vents as best you can helps keep your environment from becoming too dusty while also eliminating additional particles caused by pets which could inflame allergies. But for those hard-to-reach places, be sure to call our professionals at Meyer Heating and Air to schedule a time to assist in the final steps. Cleaning these vents may take time but can be done by vacuuming out the ducts.
Whether you have an electric or gas heating system, proper and regular maintenance will help keep your home comfortable and your utility bills low. In areas around St. Louis, including Ballwin, Sappington, St. Charles, O’Fallon, Fenton, Arnold and Chesterfield, having an operating and well-maintained HVAC system is important due to the often extreme changes in weather from season to season. Maintenance means having fewer repairs and therefore less repair costs while getting the full life out of an expensive system. The team at Meyer Heating and Air is ready to help and we guarantee 100% of our work. Over 30 years of experience installing, servicing and maintaining air conditioning and heating units in the greater St. Louis metropolitan region means our team has seen and fixed it all. We work to deliver the best service in the area. When you are ready for your next heating or air conditioning maintenance, repair, service, or installation throughout St. Louis, contact Meyer Heating and Air at (314) 845-1929 or send an email to [email protected]. You can also find our team at 11404 Gravois Road, Suite B, in St. Louis, Missouri. We are eager to help 24 hours a day, 365 days a year.
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