In order to achieve year-round comfort while optimizing HVAC performance and efficiency, it is necessary to plan ahead for the seasonal changes in temperature and humidity. By transitioning seasons wisely, you can prepare your home and HVAC system for the winter climate and avoid a disruption in service or costly repairs. Here are some steps you can take to help the transition go smoothly and help prolong the lifespan of your heating and cooling equipment.
Whether you've been putting off HVAC maintenance or made it a priority throughout the summer season, now that fall has arrived, there are a few fall maintenance tasks that you should definitely pay attention to. Here are five tasks we think should be your top priority.
Of all of the appliances in a home, the HVAC system is usually the hardest worker. It takes a lot of energy to keep a home feeling comfortable. This means that the HVAC system needs regular care and that it will eventually need to be replaced. Many factors influence the lifespan of a heating and cooling system, but here is the typical HVAC maintenance timeline and when you should consider replacing the system.
Many home maintenance tasks keep your home in better shape as cooler temperatures arrive. Although it is very important to have your HVAC system serviced in fall, your home maintenance list should extend beyond that. Here are tasks to add to your list.
Spring is here, so summer's not too far away. After a tough winter here in the Ft. Wayne area, you know that your HVAC system has been working extra hard to keep your house warm. With hot weather on the way in the next couple of months, you’ll soon be seeking the comfort of your air conditioner. That's why there's no time like the present to schedule seasonal maintenance on your A/C system.