Springtime means preparing your home for the hot Tuskegee, Alabama, summer, when heat waves can seriously challenge your family’s comfort. See how HVAC maintenance in the spring ensures that your home is ready for the hottest weather.
Reach Peak Efficiency
Constantly running your air conditioner impacts your utility bill, especially if your unit isn’t working at its most efficient. If you schedule an inspection with a professional technician to ensure your HVAC system performs at its peak, you’ll be set for energy savings all summer. Arrange your air conditioner’s regular maintenance check during spring so that you will be ready for summer.
Identify Worn Parts
Your HVAC system kept you cool last summer, and if you have a heat pump, it may have also kept you warm during winter. Modern air conditioners and heat pumps are durable, but parts still wear out. A professional HVAC contractor can check for worn or broken parts and make sure everything is in good working order. If you schedule your servicing in spring, you won’t be left sweltering while waiting for repairs in the summer heat.
Improve Indoor Air Quality
If you regularly clean or change your HVAC’s air filter, you’re aware that dust builds up easily. During scheduled maintenance, an HVAC technician does more than check the filter. Your technician will also clean the inner components and moving parts of your system. This improves your indoor air quality by reducing allergens, pet dander, and other airborne particles so they don’t circulate through your home.
Extend Equipment Lifespan
If necessary, your technician will replace worn parts, lubricate moving pieces, and clean the inside of your unit. They can also recognize small problems and take the necessary steps to eliminate them before they become big problems. Scheduling preventive maintenance is a sure way to prevent breakdowns, extend the lifespan of your equipment, and avoid costly HVAC replacements.
Don’t wait until the heat of summer arrives. Contact Air Conditioning by Luquire at 334-230-5870 to schedule your pre-season HVAC maintenance today.
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