In many households, the heating and cooling unit is like the life blood of the home; it keeps the
house at a comfortable temperature no matter what the weather is like outside. Oftentimes, we
take our HVAC units for granted, especially when one undoubtedly breaks. Proper maintenance
and tune-ups are essential to keep your unit running smoothly and effectively so you’re not
overly hot in the summer or freezing when the temperatures dip into the single digits. Our
experts at AAA have put together a list of the three main benefits of having an HVAC
professional come out and perform a tune-up.
Having a tune-up performed twice a year on your HVAC unit can ensure that it’s running at peak
performance. A preseason (around spring and fall) tune-up can catch any problems early on
before you’ll be running your system at a pretty steady pace (winter and summer).
Saves Money on Your Utility Bill
Your HVAC system is said to use anywhere between 40-50% of the overall energy used in your
home. That’s a lot! Aside from saving money down the road avoiding emergency repairs,
performing a tune-up can improve the efficiency of your system, which can help lower the cost
of your energy bill.
Keeps Your Air Clean
An unkempt and ignored HVAC unit can be filled with dust, dirt and debris. With all this build up
clogging your system, your HVAC has to work overtime to perform properly, which in turn, is
using up a ton of energy. Keep your air and unit fresh and clean with a regularly scheduled
cleaning and tune-up.
What Does a Tune-Up Include?
When a licensed HVAC professional comes to your home to perform a tune-up on your system
you can expect him to:
● Check the refrigerant level
● Clean the evaporator and condenser coils
● Clean the blower
● Check all electrical connections
● Clean the condensate fan
● and so much more!
How We Can Help
Call or contact us today to have a modern, high energy HVAC unit installed at your home and
watch as your energy bill drops!