Fall “Physical” for your heating system

You might consider a Ricotta visit as a “physical” for your furnace – the “heart” that keeps heat pumping through your home, maintaining your home’s health. In the St. Louis metro area, Ricotta Heating and Air can help you with this “complete physical” by changing your furnace filter and checking on (and cleaning) your entire heating system. 

Just as a you periodically needs a physical to stay healthy and assure your body is running in peak condition, so does your heating and air conditioning system! The more efficiently your heating system operates, the more time your system can “rest”, which uses less energy, thus costing you less in the long run! Ricotta Heating and Air can keep your system in tune through regular wear and tear, weather, incidents, and seasonal changes—such as leaves and debris in and around your exterior system.

Even if your furnace is in fairly good shape, you may be able to improve its overall efficiency through adjustments, regular maintenance or repair to the distribution system.

Having annual maintenance to your heating and air conditioning system is a part of your long-term strategy for a healthy, efficient heating and air conditioning system.  Invest in yours!

-Lew of the Ricotta blog team

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About Alan V. Ricotta Sr.

Barbara Ricotta is the owner of Ricotta Heating & Air, a family run business serving the metropolitan St. Louis area for over 50 years.
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  1. Pingback: More Winterizing Tips from Ricotta Heating & Air | Ricotta Heating & Air – 877-274-0500 in Metro St. Louis

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