Heating Maintenance in Essex County
Furnace, Boiler & Heat Pump Tune-Ups throughout the North Shore
Even the most technologically advanced heating systems need regular maintenance in order to keep performance optimal because it is subject to general wear and tear. Without annual servicing, these small issues can build up over time, causing larger problems down the line that can result in costly repairs, or worse, total system replacements.
Our skilled technicians at Morris Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning offers honest and dependable heater maintenance to homes in Essex County and throughout the greater North Shore area. We can service virtually every type of heater, including furnaces, boilers, and heat pumps, so no matter the type of system you have, we can help keep it in tip-top shape—backing our service up with a 100% satisfaction guarantee.
Our Essex County heating maintenance is second to none. Call us at (978) 961-0338 to learn more about our service or to schedule your appointment today!
What Happens During Your Maintenance Service?
Our certified heating technicians will arrive on time in a fully stocked vehicle, getting down to work right away. We will perform a detailed analysis of your heater—inspecting every aspect, including the vent system, electrical connections, thermocouple, blow motor, grilles, belts, and thermostats—to determine the overall condition of your heater. But we don’t stop there. After a thorough check, we systematically clean, lubricate, and tighten individual components.
Once your maintenance service is complete, we will let you know if there are any issues with your unit, and offer honest recommendations on how to fix them. The detail-oriented nature of our service provides some surprising benefits to homeowners.
4 ways regularly scheduled maintenance can help your heater:
- Increased energy efficiency—saving you on monthly energy bills
- Improved indoor air quality
- Fewer emergency repairs
- Increased heater longevity
We recommend scheduling heater maintenance at least once a year to ensure your system is running effectively when you need it most, and while Fall is ideal, there is never a bad time for maintenance.