How important is spring air conditioner maintenance?
In Texas, you could say spring air conditioner maintenance is as important as routine car maintenance. It is often asked why maintenance is necessary for air conditioners, especially when they don’t seem to be broken. Maintaining your air conditioning unit is pertinent for the efficiency, investment value, and longevity of your system.
Without proper spring air conditioner maintenance, many components can weaken and get dirty, causing excess strain on your unit and its parts, decreasing its overall efficiency. Regular maintenance helps keep energy cost from rising and your unit running properly.
Reducing costs of major repairs
Texas summers can get brutal, and they’re even worse when your air conditioner goes out. Everything breaks at some point, but proper spring air conditioner maintenance can increase the lifespan of costly components and, by extension, the length between major repairs. Maintaining your unit can reduce the chances of your unit breaking down during a time when it’s needed most. You can avoid major issues by making sure your unit goes into summer in its peak condition through regularly scheduled maintenance.
Importance of a maintenance plan
Maintenance plans allow Keller Services to track your unit’s health so we can replace parts before the break, making sure your family stays comfortable all season long. Keller Services Heating and Air Conditioning is scheduling spring air conditioner maintenances, call 940-230-0471 today and let us help keep your unit running in tip-top shape. You may also visit us at Keller Services.
As we prepare for colder weather the next couple of days, it helps to understand proper heating maintenance. At Keller Services Heating and Air Conditioning our goal is to keep your family comfortable.
The calls we receive for service and/or repair are usually due to problems that could have easily been found during a regular maintenance. Heating maintenance is beneficial to the health and comfort of your family by sparing you the headache of urgent repairs in the midst of a cold snap.
A malfunctioning HVAC system can easily cost you thousands of dollars in repairs or a system replacement. We strongly recommend preventative maintenance as the best way to avoid expensive and often inconvenient problems. Just like the cars we drive, without regularly scheduled maintenance and tune-ups, the car would be unable to perform, and leave you stranded.
Here are a couple of things you can do to help your unit perform at its best:
Check and Replace Your Filter.
It’s one of the most overlooked and easiest things you can do to keep your unit running properly. We recommend that you check your filter monthly. The frequency with which you would change your filter depends on several factors such as the type of unit you have, the size of your home, the number of people living in the home, number of pets you have, and/or allergies. You may need to change your filter as often as every two to three months or you may be able to go up to six months without a filter change. The key is to check monthly. If you are unsure how often to change your filters, call us.
Commit to Regular Preventative Heating Maintenance.
Regular heating and air conditioning system maintenance benefits include: a decrease in costly repairs, extension of equipment lifespan, increased energy efficiency, and maintained system performance. Spending a little bit of money upfront can save you quite a bit of money in the long run.
If you have any questions about how to keep your unit working properly, call Keller Services Heating and Air Conditioning today at 940-230-0471 or find more information about our Residential or Commercial Maintenance Programs. We’re happy to help you keep warm this winter!
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