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Replace Your Heater before It Gets Cold

Like most homeowners, you probably strive to do what you can to save money on home maintenance. You look for savings and rebates wherever you can find them, and you save on handyman costs by fixing things around the home, like loose doorknobs and minor clogs in the toilet, yourself.

One common mistake, however, is sure to cost homeowners more than it saves them. You might decide to wait to replace an older heating system because you don’t want to spend the money just yet. But this delay is likely to come at a price. Whether your heater is nearing the end of its life or has already broken down completely, it’s not worth it to wait.

Your Heater Is Nearing the End of Its Life

You’ve known for months now that your heater is bound to break down any day. And yet, you decide to keep it around. Chances are, if your heater is on its last legs, the parts have a high level of wear. And this means that the heater struggles to operate properly.

When your heater is not working properly, it costs a lot more to run. You spend a lot of money just running the system each day—and chances are high that it doesn’t work as well as you need. When it does break down for good, it will likely be in the middle of a cold day, when you might have to pay more for emergency service that day.

Your Heater Has Already Broken Down

Perhaps your heating system has already broken down. But since it’s not quite cold out, you’re waiting a little while longer before scheduling replacement. But colder weather has a way of sneaking up on us. And if you schedule a replacement now, you have time to pick out a system that’s right for your home, taking into account payment options and rebates as well as energy efficiency ratings to ensure you get the right price.

MarGo Plumbing Heating Cooling Inc. offers quality, honesty and service unlike you’ll find elsewhere. Call us for same-day service for your heating in Montclair.

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