You rely on your heating and cooling system to keep your home comfortable, through sweltering summers and freezing snow storms. Modern HVAC systems are extremely efficient and reliable, and will usually keep working for years with little maintenance. However, to get the most out of your equipment and prevent unnecessary breakdowns, you should have your HVAC equipment inspected and serviced twice a year by an experienced heating and cooling contractor.
Spring Air Conditioning Service
Before the weather heats up, have an air conditioning professional check your system to reduce wear and tear on the components and lower your utility bills. In the spring, you'll probably need both outdoor and indoor evaporator coils cleaned, along with the condensate pump. The inspection will also reveal potential issues, which can usually be corrected before they become major problems. Finally, a clean air filter will reduce the workload on your system, maximizing the useful life of your AC components.
Fall Heating Inspection
Whether you use gas or electric, it's important to have your heating system serviced and inspected before turning it on for the first time. Oil boilers, in particular, need special attention, as accumulated soot will often need to be removed to prevent dangerous gas leaks and keep the system running smoothly. A heating and cooling contractor will check the lines and clean out any buildup or blockages that can drive up your heating costs. Autumn is also a good time to change out your air filter, which should be checked every month while the system is in use.
With over 30 years of experience and expertise with a wide range of HVAC systems, ADE Heating and Cooling is one of central and southern New Jersey's most trusted contractors, offering a wide array of services and affordable prices. Visit their website or Facebook to learn more about their maintenance services or call (609) 693-6050 to request a quote.