HVAC services Chaska homeowners should schedule this spring
Did you hear that Punxsutawney Phil failed to see his shadow, signaling the arrival of an early spring? Whether you believe that a groundhog can accurately forecast the changing of the seasons or not there is no doubt that spring is on its way to our part of Minnesota. Keep reading for the three HVAC services Chaska families should invest in to prepare for spring.
Winter HVAC struggles
Today’s heating systems are sophisticated machines that efficiently warm your house throughout the (1) subzero temperatures, (2) heavy snowfall, (3) layers of ice, and (4) ferocious winds that descend upon our region throughout the winter months. However, just because your house stayed comfortably warm this winter doesn’t mean that your HVAC system wasn’t stressed to the maximum and wouldn’t benefit from some extra attention.
Investing in an HVAC tune-up when the first signs of spring appear is a terrific way to be sure that the heating and cooling system is working correctly and efficiently. A well-maintained system is a key to saving money on your energy bills and is the best way to make sure that you’ll never suffer the inconvenience of a malfunction.
Three perks of a spring maintenance appointment
Take advantage of the end of winter to perform the upkeep that’s vital to ensure that your heating and cooling mechanicals operate at peak proficiency. The perks of scheduling a spring tune-up with a heating and cooling contractor include
- Extend the life of your HVAC systems
- Promote energy efficiency
- Decrease chance of a breakdown
Three spring HVAC services Chaska homes need
Early spring is a terrific time to tend to your HVAC systems since you’ll face less competition when scheduling a service appointment. You’ll save time when you contract with a full-service HVAC company that can complete all necessary (1) maintenance, (2) repairs, and (3) installation seamlessly. A highly trained technician will
- Change the filters- The National Association of Certified Home Inspectors recommends changing your heating and air conditioner filters at least every three months. Homeowners with (1) pets, (2) large families, and (3) smokers in the family should replace the filters more frequently.
- A/C service- Before you turn on your air conditioner to cool your home on the first sweltering day of 2019 it’s essential that you have your air conditioning system serviced. Your technician will (1) inspect, (2) clean, and (3) repair the unit so that you can depend on it to keep your family cool on the hottest days of the year.
- HVAC installation- If your air conditioner has seen better days, it’s probably a smart idea to replace it with a modern, energy efficient one that will save you money on energy bills at the same time that it banishes hot air from your home.