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Joseph Giannone Plumbing Heating & Air Conditioning

Tune Up Now, Stay Stress-Free All Year

Get Your HVAC Ready for Winter — And Summer

Fall can feel like the calm before the storm. Before you know it, school schedules will heat up, followed by football seasons, spirit weeks, Halloween, Thanksgiving and then the holiday shopping season. You might feel stressed just thinking about it.

But right now, before fall and then winter obligations eat up all your time, is the best season to get your HVAC tuned up. Check HVAC maintenance off your to-do list, and you’ll have peace of mind and smooth sailing straight through summer of next year!

At Joseph Giannone Plumbing, Heating & Air Conditioning, we want all our Philly neighbors to have their HVAC systems working in tip-top shape so they stay safe and comfortable this winter, so call us today to schedule an appointment. There are plenty of great reasons to get your HVAC tuned up each year. Here are just a few to consider.

Keep Your Warranty

If your HVAC system came with a warranty, it likely becomes void if you neglect routine maintenance on a regular schedule. Check your warranty for exact timing, but most require maintenance at least once per year. Keeping your warranty in effect means you might not have to shoulder the full cost if your unit needs an expensive repair.

Catch Problems Before They Become Disasters

Getting an inspection and tune-up lets an HVAC expert go over your entire system, heating and cooling, looking for parts that are likely to fail. They can give you a heads up about these issues so you can fix them now, before they’re emergencies.

Extend the Life of Your System

You wouldn’t drive your car for a year without getting the oil changed, right? You’d end up needing a new car. Your HVAC system needs routine maintenance, too. Getting maintenance done at least yearly reduces wear and tear on your equipment, meaning it will last longer.

Get maintenance scheduled before you turn your furnace on for this first time this season — and before your schedule gets too hot to handle. Call us at (215) 375-7134 or contact Giannone online today!