With the winter season winding down here in Jupiter, FL, you should be getting ready for the warmer, more humid days ahead. During this transitional period, you might want your HVAC system inspected and repaired if necessary. Here are some of the reasons to schedule maintenance during the spring.
It’s easy to assume that your unit will provide comfort on-demand without regular preventive maintenance. Without maintenance, you might find yourself in the unbearable summer heat. Consulting a specialist before fully running your cooling system prevents damages caused by the following:
- Dirty coils
- Dirty air filters
- Damaged components
- Dirt or vegetation in or close to your outdoor unit
- Inadequate lubrication of parts
- Improper drainage
Improve Air Quality
Your house may tend to get stuffy during winter. With spring, however, you can open windows and maintain your AC unit in preparation for summer. Spring maintenance will take care of the dust buildup, clogged air filters and improve your indoor air quality.
Replace Worn-Out Parts
Like everything else, your HVAC system also experiences wear and tear over time. Now that your system has served you for this long, spring is the perfect time to call your HVAC technician. The technician will identify worn-out parts and repair them before the system breaks down in the summer heat.
Worn-out or damaged parts such as the AC can leave you uncomfortable, reduce efficiency or even damage other components. Our experts will thoroughly inspect and optimize your system to prevent further costly damages.
Extend the Lifespan of Your HVAC
Annual HVAC maintenance helps keep your system efficient for a long time. Maintenance in spring will ensure that your system gets lubricated and cleaned, which is necessary after the long winter. Regular maintenance prevents frequent breakdown and reduces the cost of replacements.
Avoid the Final Rush
Scheduling HVAC maintenance during spring helps you avoid waiting for long to get the appointment. During this time, technicians are often free, and they can give your unit more attention.
Schedule for maintenance this spring to keep your family safe and comfortable when the heat arrives. For proper HVAC system maintenance, contact the team at Stephen K Denny, Inc.
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