Spring cleaning shouldn’t just be about dusting around the house and getting rid of unwanted clutter—it should also include an AC maintenance checkup for your heating and cooling system! When properly maintained and serviced during the spring and fall months, your air conditioning system can provide great indoor air quality. If you were thinking about skipping out on your AC maintenance this spring, here’s why you should reconsider.
HVAC systems get most of their use during the summer and winter months, so it’s best to have a maintenance checkup completed during the less active months, spring and fall. While your energy bill is expected to be higher during the summer and winter months, if your system isn’t working as efficiently as it could be then you’re going to be paying extra. With summer on the horizon, spring is the best time to prep your AC for the impending heat.
What’s Included in a Maintenance Checkup?
You already know that you should have an AC maintenance checkup twice annually, but what’s really in it for you and your air conditioning system? Here’s what you can expect from your spring AC maintenance:
– All components will be inspected and cleaned.
– The condensation drain will be inspected to ensure it is not causing water damage in your home.
– The refrigerant levels will be checked to ensure your unit is functioning as efficiently as possible.
– The condenser coils and blower components will be cleaned.
– All moving parts within the system will be lubricated.
Get Your AC Ready for the Summer
At One Hour Heating & Air Conditioning® of Largo, we want to get your air conditioning system ready for the summertime. The best way to do so is with a quality AC maintenance checkup this spring! Not only can an AC maintenance checkup keep you cool and comfortable this summer, but it can also reduce your energy bills. At One Hour Heating & Air Conditioning® of Largo, our trained technicians provide extensive maintenance checkups to ensure your air conditioning system is functioning as efficiently as possible. If you’re ready to schedule your appointment, click here, or contact us today to learn more.