April Showers Bring May Tune-Ups: Why Jump Start On Spring AC Maintenance?
Spring is officially here, which means it’s time to open the windows and let in that longed-for mild springtime breeze. But soon that refreshing warm weather will take a turn for the worse and you’ll be depending on your air conditioner to keep stay cool in the oppressive heat of summer.
Approximately two-thirds of all American homes have air conditioners. Yet, only so many U.S. homes tune-up their air conditioners early to prepare for a blistering summer.
Schedule your air conditioner tune-up during the spring
The mild seasons are the best time to have your HVAC services inspected, repaired, and tuned-up. When you choose to ignore maintenance on your HVAC units until the last possible moment, you end up paying higher energy bills.
What’s more, you put yourself at risk for a costly breakdown during the dog days of summer when you opt out of springtime maintenance. Spring is also the best time to call your local HVAC services because summer is often the busiest time for HVAC repair contractors.
Spring maintenance saves you money in the long-run
Spring maintenance isn’t only to reduce the risk of your air conditioner breaking down during the summer. Spring maintenance also pays you back in a number of ways. Here are a few benefits you can look forward to when you take charge of your air conditioning unit this spring:
- Avoid bigger problems. Even if your air conditioning unit appears to be working fine, small problems can eventually grow and turn into bigger, more expensive problems. Routine maintenance saves you from having to make big repairs.
- Pump more life into your unit. Routine maintenance can prevent your air conditioner from overworking itself. An overworked air conditioner has a shorter life. This can be expensive if you’re replacing your units every few years.
- Plan for a replacement. Spring maintenance can better prepare you for replacing your air conditioner. First, you’ll know in advance when your air conditioning unit is on its way to the mechanical grave. Second, you can discuss your options with a professional.