Fall is the Best Time for HVAC Maintenance

Now that summer is over and fall has arrived, it is time to start preparing for the winter. Winter can be a dangerous time for your HVAC system. With the changing temperature, extended use of heating, and growing energy costs, it is important to ensure your HVAC system is working properly before the cold winter comes.

System Recovery

During the summer, HVAC systems work extra hard to ensure you are getting the proper cooling you need in your home. This extra work puts a strain on your system and can cause issues if not properly maintained.

Along with having to work harder to maintain a cool home, your HVAC system builds up more and more dirt and debris while in use. Having your filters inspected and replaced after a long summer can do wonders for the longevity of your HVAC system.

Be Prepared

Preventative maintenance is a large factor when it comes to the health of your heating and cooling system. With the extreme weather of the winter, your heating system will have to work harder and use more energy if it is not properly maintained. When your HVAC system receives fall maintenance it will be better prepared to handle the extra winter workload. This increases the longevity of your system and reduces costs in the long term.

What Fall Maintenance Does

Receiving maintenance on your HVAC system ensures the system is taken care of and always ready to use. If you receive fall maintenance from an experienced and licensed professional, you can be sure they cover most of the basics of maintenance.

  • Check Air Filters

Your air filters build up dust and debris over time. After a long summer that has your air conditioning system working harder, you will need a professional to inspect, diagnose, and replace the air filters in your system.

  • Calibrate Thermostat

Sometimes, the temperature that you think you are making your home is not the actual temperature. Thermostats need regular calibration to ensure the right temperature is being produced by your HVAC system. This saves money and energy.

  • Inspect and Diagnose

Your HVAC professional will inspect, diagnose, and repair any problems that you may have with your heating and air conditioning system. Many HVAC problems are not visible to the untrained eye. Having a professional and experienced technician ensures your system always runs smoothly.

  • Cover Your Air Conditioner

Today’s air conditioning units are made to withstand the rigors of Indiana and Michigan weather, autumn leaves, cottonwood fluff in the spring, small rodents and neighborhood dogs. Tightly cap just the top to prevent major collection of leaves and other debris and ice formation inside the unit. Learn more and purchase a cover here.

Contact a Professional

Basic HVAC maintenance typically includes all of the above issues. However, if you contact the experienced, friendly, and professionals at Home Comfort Experts, they will perform their signature 20-point maintenance and safety inspection. This in-depth inspection goes further than any competitor to ensure every single part of your system is thoroughly inspected and serviced. Ask about joining the Comfort Club, Home Comfort Expert’s exclusive membership that guarantees appointments and provides valuable free services and discounts on repairs.

Contact the heating and cooling professionals at Home Comfort Experts today to learn about the ways we can help you. We serve Northern Indiana and Southwestern Michigan from our 12 locations. Give us a call at (574) 255-4600 to learn about our full complement of heating, cooling and plumbing services.

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