Making sure your HVAC system is running at the best possible performance level requires tune-ups during the year. Tune-Ups are a relatively inexpensive way to make sure that your HVAC is running smoothly and efficiently BEFORE you put a strain on it during the seasons. Most multi-point inspections will check everything including how well the system is running and identify any potential problems you might have.

No one wants their HVAC system to break down when the weather is at its worst. Making sure that you schedule an inspection and tune-up before the season starts! Ensure your system works with tune-ups twice a year and rely on expert technicians for all makes and models of HVAC systems.

Your HVAC System Will Last Longer: Since air passes through your filter that means that the system runs to force the air through. When your filter is clogged, dusty, or dirty, that means that your system is running harder than it has to in order to force that air through. When your system is running harder and longer this will cause the system to overheat which can seize the system. This will also cause your HVAC system to break down more and require more repairs over time.

You Will Lower Your Bills: Your HVAC system runs in order to match the setting on your thermostat. When your air filter is clogged and air is not passing through it that means that your system will have to run longer in order to get to the desired temp. If air is flowing through your system easily that means that your system will run less in order to reach the desired temperature. When your system runs less, it will save you money. Companies estimate that you can save 15% on your utility bills just by changing your air filters.

Your Health Benefits: When air isn’t being forced through your system this means that particles, dust, and other adverse health problem will not be forced through the duct system and then just fall in the ducts and stay there. Therefore, when you go to tune up the system or repair the system then newly restored airflow will blast all that stuff in your system into the air you are breathing. Furthermore, the air filter is designed to filter out dust particles, mold, and more to protect you and your family in the future. Because the air can’t travel through the filter this means that moisture and more can stop between the fibers and on the wrong side of the filter mold can start to grow. These mold spores can then colonize and travel through the ductwork which can wreak havoc on your home in the future