The cool breeze and mild sunshine of spring are certainly one of the greatest pleasures, but it doesn’t last long. Before you know it, the harsh heat of summer arrives when you can't live without your HVAC system.
However, getting stuck in the warm weather with an HVAC system that needs repair can worsen the situation. Fortunately, preparing the system for the summer with a spring tune-up can go a long way in ensuring your HVAC runs smoothly.
Here are the major reasons you must schedule a spring HVAC tune-up:
1. Fewer Breakdowns
Electric and mechanical issues might arise when your HVAC system is not used during winter. Starting the HVAC system after a long winter break could place additional strain on the system. This could lead to multiple problems. However, scheduling a tune-up in spring can prepare your HVAC to run smoothly throughout the summer.
2. Reduced Utility Bills
When you start your HVAC system after a break without a tune-up, it could increase the overall amount of your utility bills. Getting the system inspected and tuned can drastically improve its performance and ensure savings. Be sure to look out for signs that the system is not performing well. These may include:
• Low refrigerant
• Leak or blockage in the ducts
• Dirt or dust on the indoor and outside coils
Make sure to get professional HVAC maintenance done to prevent major problems.
3. Improves Energy Efficiency
With time, it is normal for the HVAC system to reduce its efficiency. However, debris, dust, and dirt could escalate this issue and impact its efficiency faster. Getting a tune-up can prevent this problem by ensuring that the unit is thoroughly cleaned and checked to enhance its energy efficiency.
4. Maintains Equipment Warranty
Most HVAC warranty requires the customers to get annual repair and maintenance done by
professionals. These regular maintenance and inspections prevent major failures and breakdowns. If there is a problem in the system before the warranty ends, the manufacturer can get it fixed if regular maintenance is done as instructed. Otherwise, the warranty may be void.
5. Enhance Air Quality
There can be a major buildup of dirt, debris, and dust in the HVAC system during winter. An HVAC tune-up in spring ensures your system is switched on, thoroughly cleaned, and checked. As a result, the air quality is drastically improved when you start using a clean HVAC system in summer.
Get Yearly Routine Maintenance Done by Professional Technician from Patriot Services
A spring HVAC tune-up is a great way to enhance the efficiency of the system and reduces the chances of breakdowns. The more efficiently your system runs, the more you can save on the bill. Getting your HVAC system routinely checked can protect it from major problems and costly repairs.
Our skilled HVAC technicians can conduct proper maintenance to find and fix any minor issues and ensure the system is ready to run during summer. Get in touch to schedule a tune-up and maintenance. We also offer emergency services.