We’ve welcomed the spring season with open arms and as much as we love the warm weather, it’s important for us to make sure our HVAC systems are prepared for the hot temperatures ahead. The easiest (and safest) way to ensure your system is ready-to-roll is to have a trained professional perform routine service and maintenance. Think you can postpone your seasonal service? See how proactive spring maintenance can save you money and time… You’ll thank us later!
We’re not suggesting you prepare for the zombie apocalypse, we just want to make sure your HVAC system is prepared for summer’s hot temperatures. Having your system maintained in the spring – when temperatures are still mild – allows you to take preventative measures and fix any serious issues that could arise come summer time; the last thing you want is to have your HVAC system give out when it’s swelteringly hot outside.
Use less energy, spend less money.
Have you ever received an over-the-moon-expensive utility bill on the tail-end of a heatwave? We’ve been there, and it’s not a good feeling. Avoid spending extra money on utility bills by getting your HVAC system seasonally maintained. A well maintained system is a better performing system. Imagine, all the built up dirt and dander that has infiltrated your system’s coil over months prior. Until it receives proper treatment from a trained professional, the dirt and dander will continue collecting. Dander blockages can cause your HVAC to work harder, which means it uses more energy than it normally would if properly maintained. More energy used means more money spent, and energy bills can be raised by a whopping 30 percent… Yikes!
One Word: Allergies.
For those of us who suffer from seasonal allergies, don’t expect those to subside when the pollen leaves. Without spring maintenance, the dirt, dander and mold that has settled on the coils of your system contaminates your home’s air which can aggravate your seasonal allergies and cause respiratory issues.
Maintain your system’s warranty.
Did you know that most manufacturers require customers to have their system seasonally maintained in order continue warranty? HVAC warranties are important because they help provide long-term protection and savings benefits in the case that something were to go awry with your system. At Carolina Comfort Air we provide our customers with maintenance protection plans in order to help ensure your system runs its best, year round. Contact us today to find a protection plan that fits your needs.