Ahhh, spring in Georgia! Is there anything lovelier? But don’t forget that it’s also a warning sign: summer is coming, and you’ll soon be getting overheated. How can you be sure that your air conditioner is in peak condition for the hot months ahead? By getting a tune-up, of course. Here are 5 reasons why scheduling AC maintenance in Monroe, GA should be at the top of your springtime to-do list.
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We see air conditioner troubles every day. Some of them are quite common, and no one is surprised. Others can come as quite a surprise to the customer, and sometimes even to the technician. But no matter what the problem is, and no matter how it was caused, you deserve to have your home at a comfortable temperature and we want to help you get it there.
Here are some of the less common air conditioning issues that we sometimes run into. How surprised would you be to discover these?
If you’ve followed our blog at all, then you know we talk about maintenance a lot. This is because it’s a very important service! It allows our technicians to fully inspect, clean, and adjust the components that need it, within your air conditioner. This allows the system to work as efficiently as possible, for as long as possible.
In fact, and air conditioner that’s properly maintained each year (or biannually, in the case of a heat pump system) can be expected to have a useful service life of 10-15 years, while a system that goes without maintenance may last half of that.
But what actually happens during maintenance? We want you to trust that this is best for your system, so read on as we uncover some of the steps we take to highlight the importance of routine tune-ups. Also, ask about our Worry-Free Advantage Program! This is a monthly membership we provide that includes a number of benefits, including thorough maintenance.
Read on to learn more about what a maintenance tune-up entails, and please don’t hesitate to reach out with any questions you might have about our program or any services we offer.
If you’ve ever read our blog, you might have seen us mention the importance of scheduling HVAC maintenance—we recommend this service in the spring for your air conditioner, and in the fall for your heating system, because these are right before you will need those systems the most.
However, more important than timing here is consistency. A traditional central air conditioner or central furnace should have professional maintenance done once a year, while a year-round heat pump system should be serviced every 6 months since it does double the work.
Since we’re almost done with the heating season and heading into the cooling season soon, we thought we’d talk about the benefits of a quality AC maintenance plan or agreement. Read on to learn more!
In the absence of a totally unrecoverable air conditioner breakdown, no, it’s never too late to tune of your air conditioner. And it’s already the official start of summer, so if you haven’t done so yet, now is the time!
“But can’t I just skip it just this one year? It’s already summer and my AC is working fine!”
The truth is, HVAC maintenance is one of the most important, if not the most important of AC services in Lawrenceville, GA. It keeps your system clean, adjusted, and gives you the peace of mind that it’s been thoroughly checked over by a pro. Maintenance tune-ups are not a luxury service—maintenance should be done on an annual basis (or twice a year, if you have a heat pump system) even if that means having it done when summer has already started.
The short answer to this question is “yes.” But, we don’t expect you to take that at face value. To truly understand the benefits of a comprehensive Lawrenceville, GA AC maintenance plan, you need to understand the advantages of maintenance itself, and when maintenance is best performed.
Generally speaking, we recommend scheduling your maintenance sessions before your HVAC systems’ heaviest periods of use. For your air conditioner, this means in the springtime. For your heater, this means in the fall. But more important than when you schedule this service is how often you schedule it.