The best time to schedule your waste oil heater maintenance is in the late summer or early fall. This ensures that if there are any problems or if your waste oil heater needs to have parts replaced or repaired, you can get these issues fixed before the cold weather sets in. Here are some of the reasons why summer or fall is the best time for waste oil heater maintenance.
Get Maintenance Completed Before Problems Occur
Annual waste oil heater maintenance can uncover problems before they become big and expensive. Your waste oil maintenance provider will check for issues, clean and flush the system, connect power and ensure it’s running effectively, and make any repairs or replacements necessary. Waiting until your waste oil heater stops working altogether can cost you much more money in the long run.
Beat the Rush
As it starts to get cold, more and more people will be scheduling waste oil maintenance. Mountain State Equipment services the areas waste oil furnaces in West Virginia, Kentucky, Maryland, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, and Virginia. You can beat the rush by having a maintenance expert or technician come out in the late summer or early fall instead. Then when winter comes, you’ll be safe and comfortable in your home or business.
Improve Health and Safety
If you wait until winter to schedule waste oil heater maintenance, you may find there’s a long wait. That might make you tempted to forego maintenance altogether, and just start using your waste oil heater and hope for the best. This can put your family’s health and safety at risk, as it opens you up to the possibility of fire, improperly heated elements, poor air quality, and more.
Schedule your Proactive Maintenance Today!
If you’re ready to schedule waste oil furnace maintenance, reach out to us at Mountain State Equipment. Our service department installs, repairs and services waste oil heaters in West Virginia, Kentucky, Maryland, North Carolina, Ohio, Pennsylvania, Tennessee, and Virginia. We can fully evaluate your waste oil heating system, flush and clean it, make any necessary repairs, and ensure it will be safely up and running when the weather starts to get cold. Just call us today at (877) 253-7306 or contact us online.