Why should I schedule a HVAC maintenance appointment?

April 20th, 2017

There are many benefits for maintaining your HVAC units.......

 

Today’s post is by Troy Lowe; Vice President of Development at SafeSourcing.
Spring is here and the temperature will soon be rising.  That means we will be turning on our air conditioners for the first time in a few months.  One thing to consider before it gets too warm is scheduling your annual HVAC system maintenance.  This will ensure that your system is running efficiently, help prevent costly breakdowns, and give you piece of mind during the warm season ahead.  During the inspection the technician will inspect the unit and make sure that everything is clean and running correctly.

There are many benefits for maintaining your HVAC units, such as lower energy bills.  Just because the unit is cooling and heating does not mean that all is well.  A system that is not well maintained slowly loses its ability to keep the same temperatures at the same efficiency it once did, therefore leading to slightly more expensive energy bills over time.  Regular maintenance will also prolong the life of the unit.  Units that are not maintained will become dirty which makes some of the parts work harder and shorten the lifespan of those parts.  Below are some benefits of a having a well maintained HVAC unit.

➢ Increased Energy Efficiency

➢ Extended Lifespan

➢ Decrease in Repairs

➢ Early Warning of Worn Parts

➢ Improved Air Quality

➢ Better Humidity Levels

➢ Safer Operation

If you need help finding a trained HVAC technician, feel free to contact SafeSourcing.   We can gather all the necessary information for you and help you decide which company meets your needs.  If you would like more information on how SafeSourcing can help you, please contact a SafeSourcingCustomer Service representative.  We have an entire team ready to assist you today.

 

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