Geothermal FAQ: Which Geothermal Heating Maintenance Service Should I Request Before Winter?

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Are you wondering what type of maintenance service to schedule for your geothermal heating system before winter arrives? While geothermal systems do require regular maintenance just like any other HVAC system, the good news is that there’s very little maintenance required for the seasonal tune-up. That means you save even more money on operating costs. The Blaine geothermal experts at Air Mechanical can answer all your questions about geothermal heating and air conditioning. We also provide maintenance programs to help you keep track of the preventive maintenance for your heating system. In addition to filter changes and routine cleaning, here are a few things that will need to be checked to ensure that your system works properly.
  • Check for any hidden issues
  • Check fan blowers
  • Replace any worn parts
  • Test thermostat
  • Inspect heat exchanger
  • Lubricate moving components
  • Test air flow
  • Inspect all wiring Test controls

 Duct Cleaning and Repair

After the items above have been tested and checked, we will also inspect your ductwork to ensure that there are no air leaks or other damages that may affect the efficiency of your system. We provide duct cleaning and duct repair if there are any issues with your air ducts. A duct cleaning service can improve indoor air quality as well. We also provide dryer vent cleanings to protect your home from one of the most common causes of house fires. These can all be taken care of during the fall maintenance visit. Air Mechanical can take care of all your Blaine geothermal maintenance and repair needs. Scheduling your annual tune-up before winter arrives will help to ensure that there are no issues throughout the heating season. Call today to set up an appointment with one of our geothermal heating technicians.

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