Spring has arrived, which means it’s time to bring out all of your cleaning supplies, start organizing, and complete all the chores that have been torturing you for the past few months. But as you prepare, don’t forget to include your cooling unit on your spring cleaning checklist. With spring is in full effect the Loveland Heating & Air crew is here to help homeowners!
Have You Checked for Holes in Your Ductwork?
Ductwork is an important element of your heating and cooling system. So, starting with your ductwork is a great way to get started on prepping your air conditioning system for spring. You will want to look for any holes or leaky joints. Be sure to take notes of any possible holes or gaps as you go throughout your house.
Have You Cleaned the Drainage Hole?
The majority of air conditioner systems have a drainage hole near the base. This drainage hole allows condensation to be routed away from the machine. Unfortunately, it’s not unusual for the drain to get blocked when your cooling unit hasn’t been used in months. As a result, your system will run more efficiently while extending its overall lifespan.
Have You Replaced Your Air Filters?
This is something that every homeowner should remember. Simply changing your air filters as recommended every 30-60 days will significantly impact the overall efficiency of your HVAC unit. An overloaded and unclean air filter will cause your system to overwork itself, resulting in the system short-cycling, which can cause your HVAC system to fail completely. Also, keep in mind that pollen and other allergies are common during this season, so it is crucial that your air filter is clean and ready to trap pollutants and generate clean air for your home.
Have You Cleared Obstructions Around the Outdoor Unit?
Another thing you want to check is the vicinity around your outdoor unit. With the changing of the seasons, it is possible for there to be a buildup of leaves and other organic debris. If this is the case with your unit, you will want to clear the area accordingly. In addition, you don’t want any weeds or other vegetation growing around the unit. If you come across any out-of-control weeds, remove them as soon as possible to avoid further harm. Again, we’d like homeowners to frequently check and be aware of this. Mainly because in the summer, your unit is likely to have leaves, sticks, and other organic debris is likely to build up.
Have You Scheduled An Appointment For Your Spring Maintenance Check?
Now that you’ve gone over the essentials, you’ll want to schedule your spring tune-up and safety check. Even if nothing appears wrong with your HVAC system, it is important to keep up with seasonal maintenance for each unit at least once a year. Not to mention, this is also considered a necessary step in accordance with the manufacturer’s warranty, so don’t put it off any longer! Call Spring has arrived, which means it’s time to bring out all of your cleaning supplies, start organizing, and complete all the chores that have been torturing you for the past few months. But as you prepare, don’t forget to include your cooling unit on your spring cleaning checklist. With spring is in full effect the Loveland Heating & Air crew is here to help homeowners! now to set up an appointment as soon as possible!
Have you heard about our Service Maintenance Agreement?
If you don’t already have our Service Maintenance Agreement plan, the numerous advantages are worth considering. With a Service Maintenance Agreement, also known as an SMA, you get two seasonal tune-up & safety checks – one for each cooling and heating unit – at half the regular price. On top of that, our SMA customers have priority scheduling, which is beneficial, especially in the case of a HAVC emergency. Furthermore, by regularly maintaining your HVAC system it keeps the manufacturer’s warranty valid. If this is a service that interests you, give us a call today and we’ll be happy to talk about your options more in-depth.
Your local Loveland Heating & Air professionals would love to work with you as we enter the spring and summer season. So give us a chance; you won’t be sorry! Every one of our experts is NATE-certified, and we make customer care a top priority at all times. Call (513) 216-591, or fill out an online form by clicking here to get in contact with us!