Heating Maintenance Brooklyn & Manhattan, NYC

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Heat Pump

Ductless Mini Split

Packaged Rooftop


*We do not currently work with water heaters or steam boilers– we apologize for any inconvenience.

Benefits of Heating Maintenance

All mechanical equipment benefits from regular preventative maintenance, including your heating system. Regular maintenance on your home’s heating system helps improve performance, increase efficiency, prevent unexpected breakdowns, and reduce operating costs. We can often help you avoid expensive repairs later and extend the life of your heating system.

Heating maintenance helps to:

  • Optimize heating equipment operation
  • Ensure peak performance
  • Extend the life of your equipment
  • Reduce the risk of unexpected breakdowns or expensive repairs
  • Maximize energy efficiency
  • Lower home heating bills

At 212 HVAC, our skilled HVAC technicians follow a comprehensive maintenance checklist to provide the best quality heating maintenance services in NYC. Our heating maintenance visits include thoroughly inspecting the equipment from top to bottom, and making any adjustments needed to improve system performance and energy efficiency.

Our technicians will make minor adjustments, as needed, to improve performance. If we notice a potential problem, we may recommend replacing a worn part or repairing an issue before the problem gets worse. When our technicians identify a problem with your system, we take the time to explain the issue to our clients and provide upfront pricing for any repairs that may be necessary.

Call 212HVAC today for expert HVAC maintenance in New York City

People also ask:

It’s recommended that you service your home heating system at least once every year. The same goes for your air conditioning system.

Neglecting HVAC maintenance can lead to an inefficient system that only raises energy bills, a system that breaks down frequently, and a system that will most likely need to be replaced before its anticipated lifespan has passed. This can cost you more money in the long run. 

Modern HVAC units can last between 15 to 20 years. The health and efficiency of your HVAC unit depends on a number of factors. This includes whether or not you properly maintained the unit throughout its lifetime.

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