With summer really starting to heat up, your home’s air conditioning system is working harder than ever to help keep your home cool and comfortable for you and your family. Unfortunately, this job isn’t an easy one, especially as the outside temperatures continue to climb higher and higher. All of this work puts your system under an incredible amount of strain, and if you haven’t taken the time to have your system properly maintained recently, you could be setting your air conditioning system up for some very serious problems. Regular maintenance is an important part of keeping your system operating at its best, and if you haven’t already had one performed this summer, now is the time to do so. To help show you just why a professional AC tune up is so important, our Comfort HVAC has taken the time to put together this short list identifying several of the most important reasons that you will want to have one and the benefits it can provide to you.
If you’re like many homeowners, you and your family depend on your air conditioning system for a great deal of the comfort you enjoy in your home, especially during the spring and summer months, but as with all things, your home’s AC is going to become less and less effective over time, until it breaks down altogether. While many homeowners are content to let their old air conditioning systems run until they can’t anymore, it is far more effective to be aware of the warning signs that your system is nearing replacement age and take steps to ensure you and your family aren’t stuck without a working AC when you need one most. To help you get a better idea of what these warning signs are so you have the forewarning you need, our team of skilled AC installation professionals have taken the time to put together this short list. If you notice any of these signs with your system, give our team of HVAC pros a call today and let us help you schedule your new AC installation.
- Determining the correct size unit to meet your needs
- Assessing the job site and prepping the work areas
- Removal of the old A/C unit (if applicable)
- Assembly of the new A/C unit and beginning the repair or modification of ductwork
- Installation of the new A/C unit, inside and/or outside your home
- Testing the A/C system, ensuring every component works properly