- Posted by admin
- On June 17, 2020
- AC Maintenance, Air Conditioner Tips, cooling, Fahrhall, Home Comfort, Windsor
A new air conditioner can be a significant financial investment. To protect your AC, and keep your home cool and comfortable the whole season, take some steps to minimize the wear and tear on the system.
Schedule Annual Maintenance
The best way to protect an AC system is to ensure that it’s getting professionally serviced every year. An AC technician will take the time to inspect and clean key components, make small adjustments and check refrigerant levels. This type of preventative maintenance will help ensure that the system is running efficiently and you’re not unnecessarily stressing the equipment.
Keep up with Repairs
During a yearly inspection, the technician can call attention to any small problems or repairs that need to be made. Keeping up with little repairs over the years can extend the system’s lifespan and ensure that it will work efficiently and reliably for years to come.
Install a Smart Thermostat
Constantly adjusting the temperature throughout the day can put a strain on your AC system. New, smart thermostats can learn your routine and adjust the temperature automatically based on your comfort requirements while keeping the system running at peak efficiency. Some models of smart thermostats can even alert you to any problems with your air conditioner, or remind you to change the furnace filter.
By taking some preventative measures, you can help extend the lifespan of the air conditioner and be confident that the system will provide you with years of cooling comfort!
If you have any questions about wear and tear on your air conditioner or home comfort in general,
don’t hesitate to contact us!
Fahrhall Home Comfort Specialists have been in the HVAC business for over 50 years. Our certified technicians are experts when it comes to furnace and air conditioner maintenance and installation, and we take pride in providing outstanding service to the customers and community in the Windsor-Essex & Chatham-Kent areas.