The Cold is Coming

With the cold weather fast approaching it is important to start thinking about having your HVAC system serviced. Maintenance of your HVAC system includes cleaning, repairing or replacing one or more components of the HVAC equipment. Having your system serviced is super important to maintaining the efficiency of your system, it also ensures that you prolong the lifespan of your equipment, and it helps to increase the air quality of your home.

Having a HVAC company and a Duct Cleaning company both come out and service your system is expensive so is it worth the price? Yes, you save money, improve your indoor air quality, improve to overall comfort of your home, and give yourself some peace of mind.

When you don’t have your system serviced the components wear out, get dirty, and/or get misaligned. When any or all these things happen, your system must work harder and consume more power to keep your home at the same comfort level. Regular HVAC maintenance can reduce the risk of costly breakdowns by as much as 95%. Chances are you wouldn’t drive your car for 30,000 miles without getting an oil change; you’d be asking for trouble; this analogy holds true for your heating and cooling system. Having regular maintenance can cut your energy bills up to 30%, extend the life of your system, and keep the system under the manufactures warranty.

Though we are not aware of it day to day, we share our homes with a variety of substances that we would rather not breathe. These common indoor allergens range from ordinary household dust that can contain dozens of respiratory issues to pet dander, dust mites, cigarette smoke, pollen and mold. All these things find their way into you duck work and HVAC system, then are circulated throughout your home when you turn your heating system on for the season. Having your annual maintenance and a duct cleaning will clean out all of the allergens that have collected in your system during the year and make it easier to breath.

Regular maintenance helps your system distribute the warm or cool air more evenly throughout your home. It also reduces the odds that you’ll come home from work one winter’s day to find frigid air blasting through your vents. Often, we think of maintenance as just another appointment we must schedule but without it you might find yourself facing the idea that a particular room is just too hot in the summer or chilly in the winter. Preventive steps like cleaning your ductwork can help ensure that your home heats and cools as evenly and efficiently as possible.

Investing in a yearly HVAC cleaning will give you comfort of knowing that if something goes wrong you have already taken steps to make the situation as painless as possible.