Spring is finally here, and as the temperatures get warmer, homeowners should ensure their HVAC systems are in proper working order. Getting an AC tune-up is a great way to do so. Parts 1 & 2 of this blog series noted that getting an AC tune-up increases your energy efficiency, minimizes the risk of needing repairs, promotes better air quality, extends the lifespan of your HVAC system, helps prevent expensive problems, and helps keep your home safe. Here are 3 more key reasons why you should get an HVAC system tune-up this spring: Get an AC Tune-Up This Spring
Give Your AC a Jumpstart
As warm temperatures take hold, you’ll be tempted to turn your air conditioner on to keep your home cool. However, it’s always a good idea to get a tune-up to ensure your system is good to go for the season. It can often be the case that animals or pests infest an area of your HVAC system and you haven’t realized it because you haven’t run your air conditioner in quite some time. Dust and debris can also build up and contribute to a lack of efficiency and even cause your system to emit a pungent smell. Getting an AC tune-up before the weather gets too hot is a good way to ensure your system will be safe and functional to operate throughout the hottest months of the year.
Recommended by the EPA
Keeping your home safe and healthy should be a top priority for homeowners. In fact, the EPA (Environmental Protection Agency) and Energy Star recommend that homeowners get HVAC system tune-ups to promote healthier indoor air quality and to save energy when operating the HVAC system. Getting your air conditioner assessed and serviced is key for ensuring safe and smooth operation throughout the year, and it also helps to extend the life of your HVAC system.
During the fall and spring seasons, HVAC contractors in South St Paul MN typically have a flexible schedule for HVAC system services. Much of the time during the summer and winter months, HVAC contractors are called to do emergency HVAC system repairs that need immediate attention. However, during the spring (and fall), contractors aren’t called as frequently for emergency services and thus have more flexibility to perform HVAC system maintenance. This helps to assess the current status of your HVAC system and minimize the risk of requiring emergency repairs during the hottest months of the year. Spring is an ideal time to ensure your HVAC system is operating exactly as it should be.
Rumpca Services is proud to be your local HVAC company in South St Paul MN. We offer many services to keep your home comfortable and safe. Contact us today to schedule an appointment with an HVAC contractor in South St Paul Minnesota.