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- SINCE 1981 -

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Saddleback Plumbing Heating & Air Blog

Now is the Time to Schedule Heating Maintenance

With summer winding down, the time is coming near for you to turn off your air conditioner for the rest of the year. Before heating season gets into full swing, however, it’s a good idea to schedule heating maintenance. You don’t want your heating system to break down in the middle of winter, after all. Let’s take a look at why heating maintenance is so integral to keeping your system in good shape.


Prompt repairs are often held up as an ideal way to keep your heating system working properly. While this is true, in a sense, even the fastest repairs are reactive in nature. This gives problems time to develop and damage the system. Preventive maintenance, by contrast, is a proactive procedure that identifies and repairs problems before they progress far enough to threaten the heating system. This is why preventive maintenance is just as important as prompt repairs for keeping your heating system in good condition.

Why Fall is the Ideal Time for Heating Maintenance

The best time to conduct preventive maintenance on your heating system is right before you plan on using it the most. Seeing as how the most stressful time of the year for heating systems is during the winter, the best time to schedule preventive maintenance for your heating system is during the fall. This will ensure that your heating system is in the best possible condition to cope with the added stress of winter operations, as well as solving any preexisting issues that might be present. If you want your heating system to last as long as possible, you’re going to need to schedule maintenance at least once a year.

If you need heating maintenance, call Saddleback Plumbing. We serve the entire Orange County, CA area. 

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