Maintaining Your HVAC System
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Why it’s Important for Your Comfort and Peace of Mind
During its lifetime, it’s only logical to assume your comfort system is going to need an occasional “tune up” along the way. You wouldn’t think of driving your car 100,000 miles without oil changes and some kind of maintenance. The same holds true for your home comfort system. Regular preventative maintenance is the best way to ensure trouble-free operation and peak performance. It also keeps your system running at its optimal efficiency levels, which keeps energy usage – and your energy bills – in check.
Preventative system maintenance gives you peace of mind. Pre-season maintenance can help you avoid a system failure on the hottest or coldest day of the year. It can also help you avoid a frantic search for an air conditioning or heating dealer that can repair or replace your broken system. Many servicing dealers provide priority service for their customers who have an annual maintenance or service agreement. Your existing relationship with a servicing dealer is worth its weight in gold when it’s a 101-degree July day and your air conditioning system stopped working.
If you’re thinking about replacing an aging home comfort system, we can offer guidance on proper preventive maintenance as well as annual maintenance and service agreements. At this time, you’ll also want to inquire about Bryant’s Optional Extended Warranties.
Air Conditioning and Heating System Maintenance
If your air conditioning system both heats and cools your home, you should have maintenance performed in the spring and fall. If you have a cooling-only or heating-only system, maintenance should be performed at least once a year prior to the heating or cooling season. For a list of what you should expect during a preventive maintenance service check-up, check out our suggested pre-season preventive maintenance list below.
An Inside Look At HVAC System Maintenance
Expect your servicing dealer to do a complete system operation check in both cooling and heating modes. If you have a heat pump, your dealer should check the defrost operation, as well. All other major components and safety devices should be checked. The air conditioners coils, both indoors and out, should be cleaned, as well as the indoor blower housing and blower motor.