When was the last time you had a maintenance check performed on your air conditioning system? Despite most AC companies recommending having your system checked twice a year, many people do not follow that advice and go years without having their system checked until it finally breaks. Avoid the headache and make having an AC maintenance check-up a priority. Here are some reasons why a check-up is a great idea:
It Prepares Your AC for the Summer
Your air conditioning system gets the most use during the summer months. You’re aware that your utility bill will increase during that time, but why not make sure it doesn’t increase more than it needs to. An AC system is made up of different parts that can become faulty if they’re not checked, cleaned or adjusted. A faulty AC system will waste a lot of energy to keep your home cool now and especially during summer.
It Extends the Life of Your Air Conditioning System
Like people, an AC system has a long life cycle, but it will only last if you take care of the body. As mentioned before, your AC system is made up of different parts that can become faulty if they’re not checked, cleaned or adjusted. Your electrical connections, moving parts, drains, conditioning coils, blower components, gas connections, all of these are factors in your AC system’s health. A faulty electrical connection could make your AC system dangerous to operate while worsening the condition of all of the major parts of your system. A clean, efficient, fully functioning AC system can last about 20 years.
Save Money on Your Energy Bills
An AC is supposed to run as well as it can using the minimal amount of energy it needs to. Having an AC that functions that efficiently will net you a lower energy bill each month. This is especially worthwhile during the summer and winter months.
Call the Professionals at Engineered Air
Engineered Air will check your system and prepare it for summer, whether it’s your first check up since last year or your first in five. We will check, diagnose and repair any and all problems in your system. Contact us today to learn more about our maintenance checkups and to schedule an appointment before the Florida heat returns.