Temperatures are staying cool for now, but if you’ve lived in the Nashville area for even just a year, you know that when summer comes, it hits hard, and you want to make sure that your air conditioner is very well prepared. One of the most important things you can do to ensure this is the case is to schedule preventive maintenance.
Routine professional maintenance ensures that your AC system
is ready for the added strain of summer. Delaying or skipping maintenance will
make it more likely that you’ll be facing problems by the end of the cooling
season or before. Keep reading to learn more about this service and its
Air Conditioner Problems Can be Hard to Spot
The average homeowner can’t expect to be able to spot
problems with their air conditioner easily. In fact most air conditioning
malfunctions don’t even give off early warning signs. If there’s a problem with
your AC that is giving off obvious symptoms, It’s probably been around long
enough to start doing significant damage. Waiting for warning signs to present
themselves before calling for service is the wrong approach to take. Rather, we
recommend you schedule maintenance to be proactive
about any cooling system problems you might face.
Preventive maintenance gives our technicians the opportunity
to check over your air conditioner closely, isolate any issues, and resolve the
either by making adjustments or alerting you to repair needs so you can get
them on your schedule. Being consistent with your maintenance appointments will
increase your cooling system’s efficiency, reduce the chance of it developing
other problems in the further, and will extend the lifespan of the system by a
number of years.
The Perfect Time to Schedule Maintenance Is Now
We typically recommend springtime for your air conditioning
maintenance, as this will put it in its best health possible right before it’s
put under summer strain. We’ll be able to alert you to repair needs and you can
take care of them long before you need your system on a daily, even hourly,
Of course, just because springtime is the best time to get
AC maintenance done, doesn’t mean you should skip it altogether if you miss
that window. It’s better to have maintenance done later than to not have it
done at all. In fact, this is especially true if you’re using a heat pump or
ductless system, as these are 2-in-1 systems used for both heating and cooling. Since they go through so
much work throughout the year, it’s important that they receive a tune-up twice
a year, every 6 months. If it’s been longer than that since your last heat pump
maintenance session, now is really the best time to give us a call.
Be sure to contact our pros when you’re ready to schedule
your next maintenance appointment!
Need a Helping Hand, Call the Maynard Man! We are the “Clean Air, Clean Water, Clean Energy Experts” and we look forward to serving your Nashville HVAC needs. Schedule your next tune-up by March 18th and get yours for only $29! Call us for details.