Our Tips to Boost Your HVAC System’s Performance
It’s that time of year again where we prepare for a change of seasons. Since your HVAC will be changing gears, it’s helpful to prepare the air conditioning for some downtime and get ready to use the heating. Our maintenance service provides you with all the things you’ll need to prepare for the change. Here are some simple tips to make our visit more beneficial.
Preparing For Our Visit
The first thing you’ll want to take care of is ensuring that the air filter is clean and up to date. Changing it every 30 days offers you the most benefits for cleaner air and also helps to reduce energy usage. You’ll want to make sure that nothing is blocking the inside or outside components of your system. If you notice any dirt, debris or other contaminants, try to remove them without interfering with the unit itself. Trimming back any shrubs or other items that surround your unit by at least 18 inches, allows our technician to better service the unit and it also prevents overgrowth from interfering with the unit during changes in weather. Making sure air registers are clear and all vents are opened fully allows us to test your system adequately. It also helps your system run more efficiently by not requiring the blower to work harder to bypass the closed vent. The difficult tasks like inspecting the internal workings, lubrication, environmental and safety testing, should be left for us to handle.
Smith & Willis Heating & Air Conditioning At Your Service
Our company offers a satisfaction guarantee on many services. From heating and cooling system installations to repair and maintenance services, we do it all for residents in the Denver area. Our attention to detail and emphasis on indoor air quality services also show that we’re committed to keeping your family healthy and happy. Our customers are always treated with the utmost professionalism and respect, and our reputation speaks for itself.
Give Smith & Willis Heating & Air Conditioning in Commerce City, CO, a call for service today.