Homeowners know that we’re in a crucial period of the year. These beautiful, comfortable spring months of May and June only mean that the dog days of summer are on the horizon… So your home’s air conditioning and ventilation systems need to be up to the job!
When inspecting HVAC systems as those warm summer days approach, we often see issues that can be resolved or even prevented by the homeowner! Although we’d love to make an appointment to meet regarding your residential or commercial A/C, we would like you consider a few tips before you call your local friendly HVAC company for routine maintenance or a yearly inspection of your entire system.
Step outside and take a look for yourself! You might be able to save yourself a big headache (and an even bigger HVAC repair or replacement bill) by simply taking advantage of these pleasant spring mornings out in the yard for a do-it-yourself home service inspection.
This spring, let’s take a look at the external equipment that, if properly maintained, will keep the air in your home nice and cool this summer.
Here are some of our Top HVAC Tips for maintaining your outdoor air conditioning equipment – just in time for summer:
If the airflow into your HVAC condenser coil is obstructed or constricted by plant life or stray debris, the unit has to work extra hard, your energy bill goes through the roof and the system runs hotter than it should, potentially causing burnout and failure.
Avoid an expensive repair bill before the hot summer months.
Trim back bushes, trees and shrubs at least 12 inches – preferably 18 – from your outdoor HVAC unit.
Give us a call or click here for a whole-system maintenance check of your all-important heating, ventilation and air conditioning system.
Get it done during this lovely spring weather, before the heat of summer sets in and you’re stuck with a very unhappy (and expensive) surprise.
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