Is your HVAC system over a decade old? If so, you might be wondering if it’s time to retire and replace the system all together. However, with proper care and maintenance you can make the most of your AC unit before replacing it—potentially prematurely.
AllTech Services, Inc. Blog: Archive for May, 2016
No homeowner wants to deal with a flooded basement or home. This can be a devastating experience for anyone, but the good news is that there is a solution. Sump pump installation provides protection against floods and any subsequent water damage, mold growth, or structural problems that may occur as a result. Learn more about the importance of sump pumps and how they work below.
Being stuck with a malfunctioning air conditioner in the heat of summer is something that no homeowner ever wants to deal with. Luckily, if you do have an AC problem, temperatures haven’t quite reached the stifling point that require its use. That makes now the perfect time to check for any problems.
Even the most well-maintained air conditioning system can run into problems every now and then. One of the most common service calls we receive is that our customers’ AC systems simply aren’t providing any cooling. We’ve addressed this problem below, listing a few reasons why this can happen.
As summer approaches, your thoughts will likely soon be turning to your air conditioning system. Hopefully, you have a fully functioning system that has never given you any problems. One way to ensure this is the case is scheduling routine maintenance at least once a year. This maintenance appointment allows your HVAC professionals to fully inspect and clean your system, plus recommend repairs that will help keep your system running as efficiently as possible for as long as possible.
However, even with the best maintenance plan, air conditioner systems eventually wear down and need to be replaced. But how will you know when it’s time? We’ve shared 3 signs below of an overworked air conditioning system, which may indicate it’s time for you to start shopping for a new unit.
Have you scheduled your air conditioning appointment yet for this season? If you haven’t, the time to do so is now. This is the number one way to get your air conditioner ready for summer. During your maintenance appointment, your HVAC technicians will conduct a full inspection of your system, ensuring everything is working properly and making adjustments as needed.
They’ll also provide a thorough cleaning and make recommendations for repairs at this time, if needed. It’s best to take care of these repairs right away to avoid costlier emergencies down the road. Aside from maintenance though, how else can you get your air conditioner ready for summer?