Fall in San Marcos, Texas, is beautiful. The changing weather provides relief from the hot summer conditions. Summer can be rough on your HVAC system. Fall provides the perfect break to get it checked and make sure there’s no wear and tear from the demands of summer heat. Here are three reasons you should consider scheduling HVAC maintenance this fall:
Lower Operational Costs
HVAC repairs are expensive. Between specialized equipment and replacement parts and labor, the cost to repair your HVAC system can quickly add up.
An annual maintenance check can find weak spots in your system. Your service technician can perform small on-the-spot adjustments that’ll help keep it running and reduce the chance of breakdowns. As a result, it’ll minimize future costs and keep you from having to deal with unexpected HVAC emergencies.
Better Indoor Air Quality
Good indoor air quality is essential for a comfortable, healthy home. A number of factors affect air quality, from the condition of your filters to debris inside your unit. Therefore, it’s important to keep an eye on it no matter the season.
Fall can come with heavy pollen. Scheduling your maintenance during this season will help your HVAC system filter those irritants effectively and efficiently. Indoor air quality checks and maintenance can help reduce symptoms like itchy skin, irritated lungs, and sinus pressure that are associated with poor air quality. As a result, you’ll feel more comfortable.
Irregular heating or cooling can negatively affect your family. Maintenance helps ensure your system operates at peak efficiency. As a result, you won’t receive unexpectedly high energy bills, and your family won’t suffer in discomfort.
Plus, the service technician can help you figure out what regular maintenance you can do yourself to prolong your system’s life, such as changing out filters. For good system performance, remember to do so every 30 to 90 days.
Ready to schedule HVAC maintenance this fall? Give Woods Comfort Systems a call at 512-842-5066 to set up an appointment today. Our service technicians will ensure your HVAC system is in good working order.
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