Hopefully, by now, you know that annual maintenance is absolutely essential to the overall efficiency and performance of your radiant heating system, and if you didn’t, now you do! See, annual maintenance services offer plenty of benefits, benefits that you definitely don’t want to miss out on!
But, what if we told you that you can take advantage of even more benefits by signing up for a service agreement or maintenance program? That’s right —this isn’t just a gimmick to squeeze money out of you—it’s truly worth it!
Don’t believe us? Well, keep reading below to find out more—we’ve listed just some of the many benefits of signing up for a service agreement! So, what are you waiting for? Now is the perfect time to schedule your heating tune-up!
Here’s Why You Should Sign-On to a Service Agreement
Like we mentioned above, there are many reasons to sign up for a service agreement. Benefits include:
Perhaps the most important benefit of annual maintenance is energy efficiency, as better efficiency means less money out of your pocket!
During your maintenance visit, your technician should make any adjustments necessary to boost overall efficiency and performance, leaving you with a boiler that’s going to keep you and your family warm and toasty all winter long!
An annual maintenance visit is the best way to catch and correct minor issues before they become major, meaning that you’ll spend way less time worrying about what happens if your system breaks down in the middle of a chilly winter night!
Annual maintenance means fewer repairs, so why miss out? Scheduling a tune-up is as easy as 1-2-3!
Extended Service Life
The average lifespan of a radiant heating system is anywhere between 15 and 20 years so long as it’s been properly maintained. Unfortunately, we see many systems that don’t make it beyond their 15th birthday, which is kind of sad!
If you want your radiant heating system to last for as long as possible, you will see to it that it receives an annual inspection and tune-up!
Every service agreement is different. Here at California Radiant, you’ll receive our 19-Point Boiler Inspection, which includes the following:
- Photo and Inspection of Boiler and Piping
- Photo and Inspection of Rating Plate with Model and Serial Number
- Visual Inspection of Boiler
- Check for System Pressure Gauge
- Check for Pressure Read
- Expansion Tank Check
- Expansion Tank Visual Inspection
- Check for Pressure in Expansion Tank
- Check for Backflow Preventer
- Check Visual Condition of Backflow Preventer
- Check for Pressure Reducing Valve
- Check Visual Condition of Pressure Reducing Valve
- Check for Air Eliminator
- Check Visual Condition of Air Eliminator
- Visual Inspection of Primary Pump
- Check for Pressure Relief Valve
- Check for Pressure Relief Piping and Water Present in Pipe
- Check Combustion Venting
- Check Exhaust Venting
Ready to Sign Up?
If you are interested in signing up for our Service Agreement, give us a call! We will be happy to keep your radiant heating system in tip-top shape!
Contact California Radiant to learn more about the benefits of annual maintenance. Santa Cruz’s Premier Boiler Installer and Service Provider.