Regular maintenance and tuning extend the lives of HVAC units, furnaces, water heaters, and a plethora of other appliances in Bay Area homes. Even though the weather outside is frightfully hot, this is the time of year to schedule fall maintenance for your HVAC and furnace. Here’s why:
Danville, Dublin and San Ramon Valley home HVAC units take a beating during the summer months. Many run non-stop and wear and tear takes its toll. Maintenance is a form of prevention, and when you maintain your HVAC, you are reducing the chances of major repairs. In short, maintenance helps save you the expense of major HVAC repair and replacement.
– All summer the intake for your HVAC sucks outside air into the unit where it is chilled and then pumped through your home. During that time, pollen, dirt, and plant matter also enter the unit with the outside air. Removing all of that grime and buildup helps your HVAC run more efficiently, so you save some money on your monthly energy bill. Cleaning the intake helps to prevent particles of dirt from getting into the unit’s moving parts where more damage could occur. In short, seasonal maintenance helps drop energy bills for Danville, Dublin, San Ramon Valley, and all Bay Area homes and it reduces the amount of wear-and-tear on the unit saving you repair fees.
Identifies Issues before they become Major Repairs – Seasonal maintenance helps to spot little problems while they are still little. That means they cost less to repair, extends the life of your HVAC unit, and Keeps your home cool and comfortable in summer and warm and cozy in winter.
Fall Maintenance for Furnaces
Fall is the time to check your furnace and to maintain it. It is also the most opportune time to replace a declining furnace. The reason that fall is the best time to replace your furnace is that you don’t need it. Nobody wants to wake up to a freezing home in December, yet that is what happens. If you have a furnace that is approaching the ten-year mark, consider having it maintained or evaluated before winter hits. Doing so means that you can efficiently heat your home throughout the colder months of the year.
Reach out to the professionals at Spot Free for a quote, with any questions, or to schedule maintenance. We are always 100 percent happy to answer your questions or provide quality information so that you can make an informed decision about how to handle HVAC and furnace issues.