Fall Maintenance on Your HVAC System
As the saying goes, “time and tide waits for no one.” Whether you’re prepared or not, the summer months are moving aside for fall and cooler temps. That means here in Mesquite, you need to think about preparing your HVAC system for fall maintenance.
Maintaining your heating equipment ensures it’ll run smoothly the way it should when you need it. Investing your time and money in these seasonal maintenance tasks goes a long way to protect both your home and your HVAC investment. Well-running systems are more energy efficient, so they end up costing you less to run all season long.
Fall Maintenance for Your Heating System
You should schedule your annual maintenance appointment for your heating system before you use it for the season, regardless if you have a heat pump or furnace. This appointment shouldn’t be skipped, as keeping your heating system in good order will be sure it’s ready when you need it and keep it functioning properly throughout the season for you.
Things You Can do Yourself:
- Stock up and change your filters every three months, but if you have allergy issues, monthly is advised.
- Vacuum your vents to keep them clear of dust, avoiding extra filter buildup or decreased indoor air quality (IAQ).
Things to Ask Your Technician to do:
- Clean and check your heating system, including (depending on whether you have a furnace or boiler) all the connections, controls, sensors, drains, ignitor, ducts, pipes, burners, valves, motors, thermostat(s), and smoke/carbon-monoxide detectors, and instruct you on anything you could do between your service visits.
- Calibrate your thermostat to be sure the readings and heating are accurate.
Taking care of your HVAC system includes seasonal maintenance. With fall here and cooler weather encroaching, it makes good sense to call Walker Air Conditioning & Heating at 972-492-5537 now to schedule your fall appointment. Keeping your system in good working order so it’s there when you need it is one of the things we do best!
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