Why You Should Not Ignore Your HVAC System
Are you experiencing physical symptoms such as asthma, allergies, sneezing and coughing, headaches, shortness of breath? Your HVAC system might be to blame. Health issues such as these can be due to poor air quality inside your home. Oftentimes the air that we breathe indoors can be more contaminated than the air outdoors.
Dirt and dust inside your HVAC system can clog up your system reducing your air quality. In addition, a clogged HVAC system causes it to work harder and consume more energy, thereby boost your energy bill. An unmanaged HVAC system is also prone to costly repairs or total breakdowns.
However, when you join an HVAC maintenance program, you’ll always have peace of mind knowing that your HVAC system is working properly and efficiently. Additionally, a system maintenance plan entitles you to Priority Service – quick service and without the high emergency cost.
Is Your Energy Bill Too High?
When the air indoors is polluted with dust and other toxic particles, your HVAC system will consume more energy as it is forced to work harder.
Your system’s drains and ducts should be checked and cleaned regularly. Coils should be inspected and parts lubricated in order for the system to run smoothly.
Excessive dust and other airborne particles may wreak havoc on your indoor air quality without you even knowing it.
Dust often accumulates on the HVAC system coils, ducts, and equipment peripherals. This will slow down the system causing it to perform poorly.
If you see a lot of dust in your home or around your HVAC system, it is probably time to have it checked.
Why You Need Regular HVAC Maintenance
There are many advantages to joining an HVAC maintenance program. It will ensure that your system is functioning at peak performance.
You will enjoy the benefits of good indoor air quality. You will say goodbye to respiratory ailments or other health issues. It will lower your energy bill. You never have to worry about it breaking down unexpectedly. And the list goes on.
Once or twice a year tune-ups on your HVAC system by a licensed professional are strongly recommended. As an added bonus, you will always receive prompt service without the high cost of emergency fees.
An HVAC maintenance program will give you peace of mind year-round. As a member, you will also receive Priority Service, including:
- Priority Scheduling
- 100% Satisfaction Guarantee
- Discount on service and diagnostic calls
- Discount on HVAC accessories and upgrades
- Discount on insulation or crawl space installation
- Prompt service without the emergency fee
A twice a year HVAC tune-up will include checking the following:
- Amp draw and motors
- Indoor Coil
- Air filter and Freon
- Gas valve, electrical connections, and furnace
- Condensate drain and pump performance and condensate pan
- Thermostat operation
- Temperature differential
- Ductwork leaks or damage
- Crawl space and attic
If you want to save on your energy costs and improve indoor air quality, call One Hour Heating & Air Conditioning today to speak with a friendly HVAC expert.