Part one of a two-part post
You probably know that routine annual maintenance is critical to protecting your home heating system investment – but do you know what actually the technician is actually doing to make that once-a-year visit so important?
Put simply, your technician is looking for ways to make your heating system perform more safely and efficiently – and to spot small issues before they become big problems.
In our annual tune-ups, we do everything from testing and adjusting your oil burner to checking your system and operating controls as part of our multipoint inspection (included in all our heating system Service Plans).
But we also take things a bit further than other heating service companies when it comes to sharing the work we’ve done. Included in every Pioneer Annual Equipment Service visit is a Report Card that summarizes six key performance areas we measure; If we discover a problem, we’ll help you find a way to solve it.
In this first of a two-part post, we’ll talk about the first three measurements we take – and why they’re so important to keeping your heating system up, running, and healthy.
The Pioneer Annual Equipment Service Report Card – What we measure, Part One
Next week we’ll take a look at our last three Report Card measures: smoke, carbon monoxide, and combustion efficiency. Stay tuned!
Spring is the perfect time to get your Annual Equipment Service out of the way for your home heating system. Beat the crowds and contact us today to schedule a visit!