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Boiler Maintenance: Yes, You Need It before Winter!

We recently took a look at 5 reasons why boilers make a great pick for heating a home. But if you already have a boiler, you know all about these advantages. This is the post for you: how to make sure that you keep getting those same advantages winter after winter from your home’s boiler.

Quality Boiler Performance Takes Quality Annual Maintenance

The best step to take to see that a boiler delivers what it should each cold season is to schedule maintenance for it in the fall. Every fall. When you arrange for this service with us, one of our experienced boiler technicians will come to your house and give your boiler a thorough inspection, cleaning, and adjustment. Here’s what this gives you in return:

  • Peace of mind: The last thing you want to worry about during a bracing cold day here in Chicagoland is your boiler giving up and trapping you in a freezing home. Although maintenance can never $100 guarantee this won’t happen, it will make it so unlikely that you can relax throughout the winter.
  • Energy savings: A well-maintained boiler is a money-saving boiler. Cleaning and adjusting the system makes sure that a boiler operates with the least amount of strain possible. Without this regular service, a boiler will raise heating bills every year.
  • Fewer repairs: Here’s another way that boiler maintenance cuts down on costs. Boilers need fewer repairs compared to furnaces or heat pumps, but maintenance is still necessary to prevent numerous repairs that you can easily avoid.
  • Long service life: The most expensive “repair” a boiler will need is replacing it. You want to delay this replacement as long as possible to enjoy the boiler’s benefits, and maintenance is the best way to ensure that this happens.

Contact Brilliant Home Services today to get your winter boiler check-up and inspection done before the winter strikes. We serve Niles, IL and the rest of Chicagoland.

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