Bone-chillingly low temperatures will make any furnace work overtime. If we receive the snowfall and low temperatures predicted, we’re in for a long winter. Constantly running the heat to warm your home can put too much stress on the HVAC unit. If there is a weak part in the equipment, it will be found. If your heater stops working, it won’t be in the summertime when you are using your air conditioner. No, your heater will break down in the dead of winter, I guarantee it. Obviously because you are using the heating part of your HVAC unit. If you had received the HVAC tune-up, your A/C technician would have given your equipment the once-over. That type of HVAC maintenance is recommended in any weather. Down south where the temperatures rise to extremes, air conditioners are running constantly. Leaving many air conditioning users in dire straits when they experience an A/C breakdown. Continued preventive maintenance will allow the HVAC technician to be on alert for any malfunctioning part. He can then either repair or replace the part. Especially since there are several different parts to an HVAC system. An experienced HVAC professional will maintain your system for you. Keeping your heating and cooling system working at its optimum abilities. Depending on weather, HVAC users will be thankful that they had received the tune-up. Or maybe they just wished they had. Any furnace working hard in the frigid winter, should absolutely receive a furnace tune-up. The trick is to get the heating and cooling company to check the furnace before it breaks.