I was lucky to manage a tune-up before the weather worsened
I was at work when I heard the announcement from the weatherman that the incoming winter would be brutal, colder than the previous ones. I then overheard my colleagues talking about calling up the heating company to book an appointment with the HVAC professional for repairs. The conversation made me realize that I had not tuned my new heating system since the heat pump installation occurred about two years ago. Since hearing the announcement from the weatherman, I knew that the heating businesses would be bustling, handling different whole-home heating issues from their customers. I was fortunate enough to get the heating technician that mum uses, as he had an opening in his schedule. He would be accessible within a week. With each day that passed, the temperatures dropped even further. My smart thermostat was working fine, but I still needed the specialist to run maintenance on it. When the specialist finally came to my house, he warned me against postponing the heater maintenance for more than a year. He advised that to maintain the heat pump’s optimal function; I would schedule a tune-up at least once a year with a specialist who knows more about heating. The tune-up took about two hours as the unit was still pretty new and did not need major repairs. The professional only replaced the heat exchanger from the heating dealer to help with indoor comfort. Seeing how the heating industry has transformed, booking appointments is now straightforward on different apps owned by various companies. I was lucky to manage a tune-up before the weather worsened. My neighbor had to do with a few space heaters after her system malfunctioned.