Routine AC Maintenance and Tune-ups

Routine AC Maintenance Should Include the Following:

  • Thermostat – Mechanical thermostats should be replaced with programmable thermostats so that you can adjust the settings to make your AC unit automatically turn off when you leave the house and turn back on before you return, limiting energy loss and producing cost savings.

  • Air Filter – Cleaning your air filter regularly is extremely important because dirt, dust, and allergens accumulate in air filters and restrict airflow, making your HVAC system work extremely hard to keep up with the demands of your household. Homeowners should strive to clean their air filters every one or two months during warm weather, depending on the amount of pet fur and dust in the home.

  • Evaporator Coil – Cleaning your air filter can limit how often the evaporator coil needs to be cleaned. HVAC specialists recommend cleaning your evaporator coil at least once per year.

  • Fans – You can supplement your cooling system by using fans throughout your home to increase air circulation and lower energy use. By working with your AC unit, fans allow your air conditioner to operate smoothly without having to work overtime.

Since AC units work hard during the summer months, you should be diligent about taking care of their cooling systems with proper air conditioning maintenance that involves an air conditioning tune-up. All Heating & Air Conditioning, your local HVAC company, offers air conditioning maintenance plans that can help you avoid costly air conditioning repairs in the future.

To keep your home’s air conditioning system running at top performance, you should make sure that you have a trained technician perform necessary maintenance tasks on a regular basis including: checks of coolant levels, complete AC unit inspections, flush drain lines, clean coils, and apply oil to fan motors.

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