How Often Should I Get My HVAC System Serviced?

The HVAC system in your home plays a crucial role in your indoor comfort. It also impacts the cost of your energy bills. A properly functioning system uses less energy, meaning lower utility expenses. To keep the HVAC system in your Surf City, North Carolina, home operating with optimal efficiency, it’s important to have it serviced regularly. Ideally, you’ll have your system serviced before the start of each cooling and heating season.

Why is Regular HVAC Maintenance Important?

Maintenance can keep HVAC breakdowns and replacements to a minimum. During a maintenance session, a service technician can pinpoint and repair small problems before they become bigger and more costly. As a result, you’ll save money. Plus, since the unit will work according to its full potential, this reduces wear and tear on its parts. With less wear and tear comes a longer lifespan for the unit.

Saving money isn’t the only reason to invest in regular HVAC system maintenance. A system that goes without maintenance is likely to compromise the air quality in your home because of dirt and dust accumulation. This is especially detrimental in homes where allergy or asthma sufferers reside. During a regular maintenance session, a service technician will clean various parts of the system to assure minimal dirt and dust accumulation.

When Should I Schedule HVAC Maintenance?

Your heating and cooling system will benefit from a maintenance session before each of the cooling and heating seasons. That means you should invest in maintenance at least twice a year. The AC system should get a tune-up during the spring before it gets hot, and the furnace needs a tune-up during the fall before it starts getting colder outside. As a result, you’ll maximize every energy dollar you spend throughout the year.

Contact Pleasant Air Inc. today at 910-208-4518 to learn more about the importance of HVAC maintenance. One of our service techns can help you understand why you should look at HVAC maintenance as an investment rather than an expense.

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