The warmer temperatures that come along with springtime in Palm Bay, FL, don’t take long to change to summer temperatures. If you want to ensure that your system is operating correctly, there are some steps that you can take to prepare your HVAC system for the heat in Palm Bay, FL.
1. Remove Debris From the Area
You may not have noticed the number of leaves and debris around the outside unit. To make sure that your system can suck in air the way that it needs to, make sure there’s nothing blocking the system from getting the air it needs.
2. Check Your Filters
While there’s never a time that we encourage our customers to perform DIY maintenance or repairs on their HVAC system, there are some steps that you can take to keep your system operating correctly. Making sure that you have clean air filters helps make sure that your system can push air into your home to keep it as comfortable as you need it to be. Clogged filters result in less comfort and higher utility bills since the system has to work harder to get air into your home.
3. Schedule a Spring Tune-Up
Before we get too far into the cooling season, it’s highly recommended that you schedule a professional maintenance visit for your HVAC system. During an HVAC tune-up, one of our service technicians will take a look at each part of your HVAC system to make sure that everything is in working order. We can identify any potential problems and ensure that your system is ready to keep you cool as we approach warmer weather.
We understand how important it is that your home is both comfortable and efficient. Call us today at Coastal Climate Experts to find out how we can work with you to maintain your HVAC system and ask about the rest of our HVAC services.
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