It’s amazing how fast the time flies. Just a weeks ago you were probably running the AC, and now you’re probably thinking about turning on the heat. But not so fast! Have you completed your HVAC fall maintenance check up yet?
To keep yourself and your family comfortable and your system in great shape, now’s the time to learn some simple tips to keep your HVAC running at peak performance during the winter.
Filter. No matter the season, regular filter changes are the best way to keep your system running properly and keep your air as healthy as possible. At the very least, you should change your filter once before spring and winter season comes.
Leaves. If you have an air conditioner or heat pump on your property, make sure you keep your leaves and any debris away from the outdoor component to maintain proper airflow. Incorrect airflow can result in decreased performance and potential system breakdowns.
Thermostat. To lower your utility bills, either stick to your planned comfort schedule or if you don’t hold a programmable thermostat, set the temperature and leave it that way. Constantly changing the temperature can result in higher utility bills.
Indoor Clean-Up. Fall is another allergy season. It’s better to clean your indoor space to make sure that dust and allergens from outdoors aren’t living on your surfaces and lowering indoor air quality.
Here are the things your heating contractor will do during a fall furnace preventative maintenance appointment:
- Clean. Your Oregon contractor – Bend technicians, Eugene heating contractors, Portland HVAC technician, Salem cooling & heating techs, will clean the heat exchanger, burner, and any other component if necessary.
- Inspect. Your Washington HVAC contractor – Bellevue heating & cooling techs, Seattle technicians, Spokane heating contractors, Tacoma cooling technicians, Vancouver repair techs, will make sure that your venting system is operating properly.
- Check. Your Las Vegas heating contractors will look over your furnace to guarantee there are no problems, no rust or leaks, and ensure that the electric system is in perfect shape.
There’s a lot more to fall HVAC maintenance than you might expect, and we hope this HVAC maintenance tips can serve as an informative guide.
Remember, heating & cooling systems require the skills of a professional for proper installation, maintenance, and repairs. ALWAYS contact Einstein Plumbing, Heating, and Cooling at 888-671-7767 or email [email protected] for an HVAC specialist for any furnace problems, we also provide plumbing, water heater, and sewer & main line services.
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