Fall Is Nearly Here! Have These 3 Appliances Had Maintenance Yet?

Fall is just around the corner and winter is on its tail. That means it’s time to start thinking about seasonal maintenance around your home.

Spring and fall are the top recommended seasons in which to have maintenance performed on your home’s appliances to keep disasters from happening during the more extreme weather. But which appliances around your home need maintenance this season?

3 Home Appliances To Pay Attention To This Fall

Every appliance needs maintenance at some point to make sure it’s in proper working condition year-round. But there are three home appliances, in particular, that need your special attention this fall.

That said, here are three home appliances to call a contractor about this season:

  1. Your tankless water heater. You can perform maintenance on your water heater throughout the year by examining the anode rode, testing the temperature-pressure relief valve, and adjusting the thermostat to 120 degrees Fahrenheit. But it’s always a good idea to have a professional come to take a look at your tankless water heater to make sure there aren’t any major problems that could be developing. The last thing you want is your water heater to have a problem during the chilly autumn nights and winter months.
  2. Your HVAC system. Your HVAC system has been working to keep your home nice and cool all summer long. It may be a good idea to have a professional give your HVAC system a little TLC to get it ready for the colder months when you’ll be firing up the heat.
  3. Your garbage disposal. The plumbing around your sink, including your garbage disposal, can take a serious hit during the summer. With all those summer barbeques and family get-togethers on the deck, your garbage disposal has most likely seen its fair share of food that shouldn’t be in your drain. Consider contacting a plumbing contractor to remove any gunk and grease that could be clogging up your pipes before the real season for food comes to pass.

 

Need A Tankless Water Heater Installation?

Many tankless water heaters have a life expectancy of 20 years or more with proper maintenance. But like all water heaters, your tankless water heater will eventually need to be replaced.

Whether you’re looking for a new tankless water heater installation or water heater maintenance, Valley Air is the place for you. We offer HVAC services, plumbing services, and water heater repairs to help with your tankless water heater problems. For more information on tankless water heater installations and water heater maintenance, contact the contractors of Valley Air today.