Three Benefits of Preventative HVAC Maintenance
If you’re like most people, you’ve spent a lot more time at home this year. And that means that your air conditioner has probably been working much harder than usual. It might be tempting to think that since you haven’t had any issues, everything is fine. This is not necessarily true. There could be underlying problems that you are unaware of. That’s why preventative maintenance is so important. The last thing you want is for your AC to stop working unexpected. Here are three key benefits of preventative HVAC maintenance.
When your HVAC unit is properly cleaned and maintained, it generally doesn’t have to work as hard to keep your home cool. Scheduling annual maintenance with the Air Hawk team ensures that the coils, blower motors, fan blades, and other key components are cleaned and functioning properly. This will eliminate any unnecessary stress on your unit and allow it to operate at peak performance. Maintaining a yearly schedule will help your HVAC system working at its efficiency rating for the majority of its lifetime.
Improved Air Quality
Part of the job of your HVAC unit is to filter out dust and debris from the air in your home. In doing so, it helps maintain your home’s indoor air quality to keep you and your family breathing in fresh air. This is why it is so important to change your filters regularly—at least every 30–60 days. In addition, scheduling annual maintenance ensures that your ductwork is also free of dust, debris, and other pollutants such as pollen, mold, and pet dander.
When your HVAC unit is operating efficiently, the result is cost savings for you. While scheduling annual maintenance might seem to be more costly, it’s actually much more cost efficient than having to pay for repairs. Preventative maintenance helps ensure that any potential issues are caught early—which helps extend the life of your system. Who wouldn’t like to see a reduction in their monthly utility bill? Schedule your annual maintenance with our team today and start seeing the benefits of preventative maintenance.