Yes, you’ve been dreaming about longer, warmer and sunnier days. But wait until the summer heat really kicks in Annapolis, Maryland. One of the best ways to beat the heat through the hot summer months is with an effective air conditioner. The last thing you need is for your air conditioner to break down. Schedule an air conditioner tune-up in the spring to give you peace of mind all summer.
Benefits of HVAC Maintenance in the Spring
- Validation of warranty. Most air conditioner warranties require proof of proper maintenance to remain valid.
- Efficiency and lower energy bills. When your air conditioner works correctly, it uses less energy to keep your home cool. As a result, it reduces your energy bill. It’s also more environmentally friendly. A well-maintained air conditioner works at optimal efficiency and is free of dirt, inadequate lubrication and worn-out parts.
- Home comfort. If some rooms in your home feel cooler or warmer than others, you may have a problem. A wrong-sized or inadequately maintained air conditioner cannot provide a constant temperature. As a result, it’ll cause potential health problems and decreased comfort.
- The prolonged lifespan of the unit. When you take care of something, it lasts longer. This is also true with your air conditioner. A neglected or dirty system is put under undue stress, which leads to wear and tear, and finally, premature system failure.
- Better air quality. A dirty or clogged air filter restricts airflow and can’t effectively trap dust, bacteria, pollen or other fine particles. This allows the contaminants to remain in your indoor air. As part of your spring tune-up, one of our service technicians will inspect and clean your system. They’ll also replace your air filter, allowing you to stay cool and breathe easier.
Make sure your cooling system is working at its optimum level before the hot summer days arrive. Contact Coastal Heating & Air Conditioning Co., Inc. at 410-919-0110 to schedule your air conditioner maintenance appointment, and stay cool all summer long.
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