Have You Scheduled Air Conditioning Maintenance Yet?

We’re right in the middle of spring, and chances are with the cooler weather we typically experience, you haven’t given very much thought to your air conditioning system. However, you won’t want to get to the first day of hot weather only to realize that your AC needs repairs, or worse, needs replacement.

If you haven’t scheduled air conditioner maintenance within the last year, then right now is the best time to do so.

Why Now?

Tackling your AC issues as soon as possible means that you won’t have to scramble to have repairs done in the heat of summer, when HVAC professionals are more likely to be busy with multiple AC service calls.

During your maintenance appointment, your air conditioning technician will provide a comprehensive system inspection. This includes thoroughly checking all of the electrical systems, cleaning all the inside components, and more. At this time, they’ll inform you of any repair needs that might exist. Taking care of these repairs now can save you from costlier emergency issues later.

Is Maintenance Really Necessary?

Premature AC system failure is very often caused by a lack of preventive maintenance. Routine upkeep helps to keep your air conditioner running well over its entire lifespan. Additionally, your HVAC technician will help your system work as efficiently as possible by cleaning all the necessary components.

These components include cooling coils, fan blades, and various other parts of your air conditioner. Cleaning your AC doesn’t just protect your indoor air quality. It’s also essential to protecting each of the inside components of your cooling system.

Money Savings

When you enroll in a regular maintenance plan, you have more of a chance of addressing repair needs before they become bigger problems that negatively affect your system—and your wallet. In addition, preventive maintenance helps your air conditioner run more efficiently, potentially lowering your monthly energy costs.

To schedule air conditioner system maintenance in Gig Harbor, WA, contact Sound Heating today.

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