It looks like it’s almost time to bid farewell to summer. The kids are back in school and, before we know it, cooler weather will be on the way to Fresno. As fall quickly approaches, it’s time for homeowners and business owners to make sure their heaters are ready to keep their homes and offices comfortable all winter long. What better way is there to do so than with a fall tune-up?
A lot more than coil cleaning goes into a tune-up. Air ducts, refrigerants, loose connections, clogged filters and much more can also derail your heater come wintertime. Opting for a full inspection from trained and certified technicians will reveal any existing or potential problems with your HVAC unit before it’s too late and you’re left in the cold.
For homeowners, a heater tune-up makes a lot of financial sense. Stopping a problem in its tracks, before it leads to a total system failure, could mean the difference between shelling out thousands for a new HVAC unit and paying less than $100 for a tune-up. Unless you’re counting on Santa Claus to leave a new air conditioning and heating system under your tree, you should consider calling your Lee’s Air for a quick and inexpensive tune-up.
Before your scheduled tune-up, you can do your part by trimming away any branches or weeds near your outdoor compressor, swapping out your dirty air filters for a new, high-efficiency model and removing obstructions from any air intakes in your home. Have you ever tried to drink a thick milkshake through a straw? That kind of strain (and more) is what your air conditioner goes through when these common airflow problems are ignored. The more you strain your heater, the faster its motor can burn up.
Long story short, you can make staying warm this winter really easy on yourself by scheduling a fall tune-up with Lee’s Air. After a thorough cleaning and inspection, we can recommend any actions or repairs that need to take place to keep your home safely warm. Call your favorite AC and heating company in Fresno today for more information on how a tune-up can improve the function and life of your HVAC unit.