Seasonal HVAC maintenance helps your system run well, so you should schedule an HVAC summer tune-up and HVAC fall services. These maintenance services help your system transition from cooling to heating as the weather outside changes. A summer tune-up helps your cooling system last throughout the hottest summer days, while fall HVAC maintenance helps it transition smoothly to heating your building safely. Let’s look at what tasks fall and summer HVAC maintenance include and how they improve your HVAC system overall.
If you want your cooling system to run smoothly throughout the hottest months of the year, here are some summer HVAC tips you can use. First, schedule a maintenance visit from your HVAC provider. An HVAC professional can help you catch certain problems that you might miss on your own, and they know how to check and handle all your system’s components properly. When they come to check the HVAC system, turn the system’s power off so they can inspect it safely. Additionally, you can change your system’s air filters and clear any debris away from your system’s indoor and outdoor HVAC units. Your HVAC technician can then begin checking and maintaining your HVAC system’s outdoor and indoor units.
When your technician checks your outdoor HVAC unit, they will inspect the unit’s panels and the conduit pipe’s insulation. They will check the air filters to ensure they’re clean and they can replace them if necessary. Your outdoor unit is exposed to the elements, so your technician will check if any of its components have eroded or deteriorated due to exposure. They will also make sure none of your outdoor unit’s electrical connections are exposed. All these tasks keep the outdoor unit in great shape so it can work with your indoor unit to cool your building effectively.
When your technician checks your indoor unit, they check the air filters. Then, they clean your air conditioner’s evaporator coil and check the drainage lines for algae and mold. They will also check and clean the drain pans and the refrigerant, and they will change the fan belt so it doesn’t wear out. Ultimately, your technician checks your air conditioner’s moving parts to ensure that they run smoothly and properly even on the hottest summer days.
If you want your cooling system to run smoothly throughout the hottest months of the year, here are some summer HVAC tips you can use. First, schedule a maintenance visit from your HVAC provider. An HVAC professional can help you catch certain problems that you might miss on your own, and they know how to check and handle all your system’s components properly.
Fall HVAC maintenance is important because it helps your HVAC system transition from the air conditioning system to the heating system smoothly. After all, when the weather cools down and you turn on the heat, you’ll want to know that your heating runs well, without any surprise problems that could disrupt your HVAC operations. As with summer HVAC maintenance, you should change your air filters and clear the debris around your HVAC units. When your technician performs their fall maintenance check, they will clean dust and dirt away from the units’ coils. Then they will check the belts, pulleys, and fans to see if they are worn and need to be replaced. After that, they will clear the drain lines, pipes, and pans, so standing water doesn’t accumulate in your system during the winter. Each of these tasks prepares your HVAC system for winter so you don’t face any sudden emergencies during the cold Chicagoland winter weather.
If you want your HVAC system to run well throughout the summer and fall while preparing it for harsh Chicagoland winters, reach out to Air Comfort today. Our HVAC maintenance services provide air conditioner tune-ups and winter preparation solutions. Overall, we keep your system running well throughout the year so you have good air quality and manageable energy bills, no matter what happens outside.
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