Goodbye Winter? Maybe…
That 20+ mile an hour wind that we saw on Thursday brought with it some beautiful weather. From the looks of the forecast, the next ten days will see temperatures in the mid 70s and high 60s. I hate to get ahead of myself and start packing away the winter supplies, but this hasn’t exactly been the coldest weather we have ever seen. As we prep for warmer weather, it is important to have HVAC repair and maintenance on your list of priorities.
Since the weather was constantly changing from extremely warm to extremely cold every other day, chances are that your HVAC system took a beating this year. Switching from heat to AC weekly can put strain on your heating and cooling system and it is likely that you will need HVAC repair and maintenance before summer hits.
So what does Climatic Heating and Cooling do for HVAC Repair and Maintenance?
A few of the regular steps we take in the spring to ensure your heating and cooling systems are working properly are:
- Checking Freon Levels
- Clearing Drain Line
- Adjust Blower Belt
- Adjusting Dampers for Summer Mode
- Take Delta T
- Changing Filters
- Test Safety Switches
Again, these are only a few of the things we inspect during our HVAC repair and maintenance visits. But when you register for regular maintenance, we perform thorough inspections during the fall to prep for winter, and spring to prep for summer. This ensures that your home’s heating and cooling systems will be in prime condition for the warmest and coldest months of the year. You can be at ease knowing that you did everything you needed to for your system’s HVAC repair and maintenance needs.
Being prepared for the year’s hardest months of weather means keeping your home cool during the summer and warm during the winter, and if you have ever had your heating and cooling systems break, you know the importance of regularly scheduled HVAC repair and maintenance.