Why You Should Schedule HVAC Maintenance Before Summer And Winter Hit


As a homeowner, you likely rely on your air conditioner and heater year-round to keep temperatures comfortable inside. But without regular maintenance, your HVAC system could break down at any tie and leave you without the heating and cooling you need to keep your family happy. Here are a few good reasons to consider scheduling regular maintenance for your heating and air conditioning system from now on:

Improve Energy Efficiency

One of the best reasons to schedule an HVAC maintenance session before summer and winter hits is to improve your household's overall energy efficiency. Yoru technician will clean the air ducts and seal them if necessary, make sure all components are performing properly, and ensure that any small problems that are present are effectively addressed.

With a tune up and minor repairs, your HVAC system won't have to work as hard throughout the cold and hot seasons. The system won't have to be run as often, and you should see noticeable savings on your monthly power bills.

Reduce the Need for Repairs

Another good reason to have your HVAC system seasonally maintained is to reduce the chance that you'll face a breakdown when it's especially hot or cold outside. Winter and summer months are busy times for HVAC professionals because it's when most peoples' systems are used often. And regular use tends to come with the need for repairs.

So, if your HVAC system ends up breaking down in the heat of the summer, you may end up having to wait a few days before it's repaired and usable again. Scheduling a maintenance appointment for your HVAC System is an effective way to make sure that you don't end up with a breakdown when it's most inconvenient.

Improve Indoor Air Quality

You can also expect regular HVAC maintenance to help improve your household's indoor air quality throughout the year. With new filters put into place, clean air ducts, and a properly working condenser and coil, you can count on your air conditioner to filter allergens, dust, and debris from your home's air and capture it inside so it doesn't get recycled back inside. Your family is sure to appreciate less congestion, a lower instance of sneezing and runny noses, as well as less of a chance that anyone will develop asthma as time goes on.

With these benefits in mind, it should be easy to justify scheduling a maintenance session for your HVAC system before both winter and summer each year. Contact a company like All American Air & Electric, Inc. for more information and assistance. 

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Remaining Comfortable In Your Home after Completing a Major Renovation

In a few, short months, my spouse and I will begin the construction process to build a much needed addition onto our small home. The addition will include a den and a master suite. But because our home will be much larger after the building process is complete, we will need to update our HVAC system. After speaking with our knowledgeable HVAC contractor, we’ve decided to purchase a second heating and air conditioning unit for our home. This additional unit will be considerably smaller than our current one. It will only heat and cool the new addition to our house. On this blog, I hope you will discover the best options for heating and cooling a home after building an addition onto it.

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