Most homeowners, if not all, are guilty of putting off HVAC maintenance plans unless something is seriously wrong with the AC or heating system.
Think of your HVAC system like your car. After spending so much money on it, you’ll need to have regular check-ups and maintenance services to keep it in good condition.
In the same way, when you invest in a new HVAC system, regular maintenance and service are a necessary if you want to make sure it performs optimally.
First, what do we mean by HVAC maintenance?
HVAC maintenance is varied; there’s the simple one that you can do on your own, like cleaning the air filters. Then there’s the more complex one that involves HVAC technicians, which entails:
- Readjusting the different units etc.
HVAC maintenance and services can go two ways; either the technician can deal with each unit separately or combine the whole system and carry out full maintenance on the entire system.
The whole idea of a professional maintenance service is to ensure your unit is free of malfunction and performs efficiently.
Now, let’s talk of the when
If you haven’t guessed it yet, the best time to schedule your HVAC maintenance is just before you need it the most.
To mean, before winter kicks in, have your heating system serviced in fall, and before the scorching summer heat, have your AC checked in spring.
However, the time to schedule your HVAC maintenance is not as big of a deal as how often you do the maintenance.
Ideally, you should have your system professionally checked at least once a year. But to be safe, sign up for HVAC maintenance plans; there are two types, bi-yearly and yearly.
These maintenance plans guarantee peace of mind that your system will keep you cool in summer and warm in winter while it reduces the likelihood of unforeseen problems.
Prioritize your comfort with HVAC maintenance and service
At Absolute Indoor Comfort, LLC, we understand the importance of a fully functioning HVAC system; which is why we are dedicated to offering the most affordable and efficient HVAC maintenance services.
Call us today if you reside in Travis County and the surrounding areas.