March 20th marks the first day of spring, and it’s time to start thinking about how you’re going to prepare your heating and air conditioning for the months ahead. While you may think it’s a bit early, the beginning of spring is a great time to start. From having your furnace inspected for next year, to replacing your air filter; there are many things you can do to prepare your system. We specialize in heating and air conditioning and can help you get all of your HVAC ducks in a row before summer hits. Here are some tips to help prepare your heating and air conditioning systems for spring and all the months to follow.
While it may not seem like it, spring is actually a great time of year to have your furnace inspected. After a winter of hard work, your heating system could use a little TLC. And, spring and warmer weather will give you the time to provide the necessary inspection and maintenance work it needs. Preparing ahead of time means you won’t be caught in a pinch next winter.
Check Your Efficiency: Air Filters & Duct Work
This spring, have your air conditioning filters replaced. This can improve your air quality and efficiency. And, be sure to check your air filter every 30 days during the summer. Have your heating and air conditioning specialist also check for leaks this spring. Having any leaks in your ductwork repaired will increase your system’s efficiency. This will help your heating and air conditioning to better cool and heat your home and help you save you money.
Schedule a Tune-Up
When it comes to heating and air conditioning, it is important to schedule preventative maintenance. Simply give us a call and we can make sure your system is running efficiently for the spring and summer; making it less likely to break down on a hot day.
Upgrade Your System
Is it time for an HVAC upgrade? Having your old system replaced by a newer, more efficient one could save you money on your heating and air conditioning bills. Don’t have a programmable thermostat? Consider having one installed and you can potentially lower your heating and air conditioning bills. You can set the temperature to run less when you’re not there and save some energy.
For more information on getting your HVAC system ready for the year, call Speedy today!