Although Texas is in the southern United States, it is still subject to harsh winter weather, with sub-freezing temperatures, high winds, and a steady amount of accumulation. For this reason, it is important to protect your family by making sure your heating system is at peak performance. Scheduling professional HVAC maintenance ensures you have a heating system you can rely on. Winterizing your HVAC system includes checking the furnace, thermostat, air ducts, electrical wiring, draining pans, and air conditioner. Below is a quick HVAC winterization guide to get you started. If you have any further questions or need to schedule an HVAC inspection before winter, feel free to contact Strittmatter Plumbing, Heating, and AC.