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Just because it’s cold outside doesn’t mean you should neglect your home’s HVAC system. Your garden might be going into hibernation for the season, but odds are you’ll still be using your HVAC system in some form over the colder months.

If you’re wondering why HVAC maintenance is still so important during the winter, here’s a short guide to help you understand.

You’re at Risk of Fires
Approximately 50% of home fires involving heating issues occurred in December, January, and February. Just changing the air filter once every season isn’t enough to protect your family from the risk of a malfunction. To be absolutely sure you’re safe, you need to invest in twice-yearly inspections. Investing in inspections provides more opportunities to fix small issues before they become problematic.

Winter Allergies
That’s right, your allergies can follow you straight through to winter, especially if you’re allergic to dust. Your heating system can kick up a lot of dust and even lower the quality of the air in your home if you’re not careful to keep up with HVAC system maintenance.

A Cold House
Winter means cooler days and even cooler nights. Living without proper heating in your home can be extremely uncomfortable, but if you’re not paying attention to HVAC maintenance, then you could be setting yourself up for a chilly home during the holiday season and beyond.

Mild Winters Don’t Mean a Lack of Problems
Living in a warmer climate can make many homeowners question why a heating checkup is necessary, but as previously stated, the nights can get downright chilly. Better to be prepared for the possibility of a cold night than to wake up in the morning to a freezing house!

If you notice any issues when you turn on your heat for the season, you should call your HVAC company immediately and schedule an inspection. Better yet, you should have both of your seasonal inspections scheduled beforehand. Home heating repair can get costly, which means preventative maintenance can save your home and your wallet.

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