HVAC systems h have many moving parts and require regular maintenance to avoid breakdowns and costly emergency repairs. A residential or commercial HVAC system can function for up to a decade with proper service and routine maintenance. Scheduling preventive, routine maintenance with a Spoor's Heating & Air Conditioning technician can ensure your system operates correctly and efficiently, helping you achieve maximum comfort while saving money on utility bills and repairs.
Spoor's Heating & Air Conditioning is an HVAC company offering air conditioning repairs and heating services for residential and commercial HVAC systems. Contact us today to schedule service from our experienced HVAC technicians!
How To Tell If You Need HVAC Maintenance
Regular maintenance is essential to keep the HVAC system's running smoothly and efficiently. Moreover, fixing problems early through HVAC maintenance can help prevent your system from developing larger, more expensive issues. The following are some signs it may be time to schedule HVAC maintenance service.
- Sudden Increases In Utility Bills
- Unusual Noises Coming From Your Heater
- Little To No Air Flow
- Reduced Efficiency
- Frequent Problems
- Strange Smells
- Excess Moisture/Dust
- AC Blowing Warm Air
If you notice any of these problems, don't hesitate to contact our HVAC maintenance company for service!
How Often Do You Need HVAC Maintenance & Tune-Ups?
For most homes and businesses, we recommend conducting routine HVAC tune-ups once a year. Be aware your heating system and HVAC system will need to be serviced and inspected. These systems can be checked simultaneously or at differing times if you prefer to have your HVAC system serviced before summer and your heating system serviced before winter.
Older Units Need More Maintenance
A general rule of thumb for HVAC maintenance and tune-ups is once a year. But, if your home or business has an older unit, we recommend maintenance twice a year. Our team can help determine the proper maintenance needed based on your unit.
Check The Calendar
Knowing when your AC unit was last serviced can help determine when to schedule your HVAC tune-up. If you have recently purchased a new unit, it is standard to have a new unit serviced around the start of spring.
Benefits Of HVAC Maintenance
When your AC unit isn't causing you any trouble or presenting any issues, it can be easy to forget about your unit. That is, until your unit suddenly stops blowing cold air into your home in the middle of a hot summer day. With regular maintenance, an emergency air conditioning repair can likely be avoided.
Fewer Emergency Repairs
Emergency HVAC repairs can be costly, especially if you require these services several times during the year. Regular maintenance and tune-ups can help identify and repair any issues that could worsen over time and cause further damage to your unit.
Your HVAC system is a major investment, and when properly maintained, a system that should last for a while. Keeping your existing unit running efficiently through routine maintenance can ensure you get the best return on investment possible for your HVAC unit.
Reduced HVAC Bill
When your HVAC system is functioning efficiently, your system won't be straining to keep up with your home or business's cooling or heating demands. In turn, this can help reduce your HVAC bill as your system will function properly and efficiently.
One of the most important aspects of HVAC tune-ups is ensuring your home is safe. Your home and business's smoke alarms and carbon monoxide detectors are put in place to protect your family from serious risks like a fire or carbon monoxide poisoning, both of which can be deadly.