The Heating & Air Conditioning component in my house is 7 years old and when the main warranty ran out after 5 years, my fiance and I decided to start having an annual tune-up. The annual Heating & Air Conditioning tune-up is a fantastic way to stay on top of pressing troubles. The Heating & Air Conditioning tune-up is performed by a certified technician, and during the Heating & Air Conditioning tune-up, all of our program components are ran tests on. This includes several of the mechanical and electrical parts. During the Heating & Air Conditioning tune-up, the certified technician also checks our ductwork, air filters, and air vents. The whole Heating & Air Conditioning appointment takes a couple hours to complete. However, if there are any major troubles, the Heating & Air Conditioning technician can catch them during the annual tune-up inspection. The last time my fiance and I had our annual inspection, the Heating & Air Conditioning technician found out that our Freon levels were low, and he added some Freon during the appointment. If the didn’t have an annual inspection, I would never had known the freon was low until the a/c was not working properly. Since the Heating & Air Conditioning company caught this problem early, my fiance and I saved ourselves a service appointment later in the year, and quite a bit of money. My fiance and I have the car looked at yearly, and our home appliances receive the same attention. I believe yearly service is important for various home appliances. The Heating & Air Conditioning component is an extravagant item to replace, but so is the refrigerator, washing machine, and home PC. If my home iPad was making noises or running slowly, I would have it diagnosed. If the family car needed help, we wouldn’t wait weeks to get it serviced. The same should be true for the Heating & Air Conditioning component as well.