We are at that perfect time of year where we can turn off our air conditioners but do not have to turn the heat on yet. But just because air conditioning season is almost over doesn’t mean your system should be turned off and ignored until next season. Instead, take this time to schedule HVAC maintenance. Fall maintenance for your HVAC system is good for both you and your system, and scheduling it at this time is easy: just pick up the phone and make an appointment with your At Your Service Plumbing, Heating & Air technician.
Benefits of HVAC Maintenance
Here are a few reasons to schedule fall maintenance for your HVAC system:
- Maintain energy efficiency – your air conditioner was made to operate at a certain efficiency level. When it is worn and dirty, as it will be after a summer of hard work, it can’t run as effectively. This can cost you money in monthly utility bills when you re-start your system in the spring.
- Extend the lifespan of your system – a system that operates for long periods of time under stress can age prematurely. During a routine maintenance appointment, your entire system will be inspected for problems, parts will be cleaned and lubricated and small repairs will be made as necessary. This keeps your system in good working order.
- Maintains comfort – you expect a certain level of performance from your air conditioner. It can be hard for an unmaintained system to reach this level, especially if maintenance hasn’t been performed for a long time.
- Helps prevent repairs – no one wants to turn on their air conditioner next cooling season to find it isn’t working. You can help prevent this scenario and other possible repairs by scheduling maintenance. Maintenance allows your technician to detect any existing or developing problems and repair them immediately.
It can be tempting to turn off your HVAC system this fall and wait for heating season to come, but scheduling maintenance before the cold weather arrives is good for you and your AC. Call At Your Service Plumbing, Heating & Air and schedule maintenance for your HVAC system in Salt Lake City today.