Top 4 Reason To Maintenance Your HVAC System
With winter finally winding down, Jacksonville residents are more than ready for the warmer days ahead. Now, during the transitional spring season when we’re switching from heat to air in a single day, is the perfect time to schedule your HVAC maintenance.
Replace Any Worn or Faulty Parts
Parts wear out and rust! No matter how durable modern HVAC systems are designed to be, salt in the air and weather play havoc on HVAC parts. If it’s been a while since your last maintenance appointment, spring is a great time to make that call. Your HVAC contractor can identify any worn parts before you’re left to suffer in the sweltering heat.
Extended the Life of Your HVAC System
Yearly HVAC maintenance visits are a must to keep your system running at peak efficiency. Scheduling a spring maintenance ensures your system is properly lubricated and clean, which is essential after the winter months. Regular maintenance also helps prevent you from dealing with an AC outage when temperatures are reaching up to the 90’s and 100’s.
Improved Air Quality
Our homes tend to get stuffy in the winter. Spring is a great time for opening the windows and letting in the fresh air, but our HVAC systems can also help when they’re properly maintained. A good spring cleaning takes care of clogged air filters, dust buildup, and other issues preventing your family from enjoying the healthiest indoor air quality possible.
Avoid the Summer Rush
One of the best benefits of scheduling your HVAC tune-up in the spring is that you probably won’t have to wait long for an appointment. Frantic calls are much more common during summer when people need cooling the most, which tends to keep us HVAC contractors on our toes. With a spring appointment, you’ll beat the rush!
Don’t put off your annual HVAC maintenance any longer. Schedule your spring tune-up with Air Waves Heating & Cooling today at 904-697-6313 or contact us through our website to setup an appointment. We’ll ensure your home stays comfortable no matter the season.