Early Spring is Timed Right for an HVAC Tune-Up

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Early Spring is Timed Right for an HVAC Tune-Up

Technician maintaining a home AC unit

Spring is that time when you’re unsure whether your air conditioning or heating system is more in demand. While it might be too early to break out shorts and tank tops, it’s not too early to schedule an HVAC tune-up.

Take a look at why early spring is not too early for a professional HVAC tune-up:

Prepare for Spring Allergens

For some, scratchy throats and itchy eyes will announce spring’s arrival. Ensure your HVAC system starts the season with clean filters before spring allergens like pollen and grass clippings affect the air quality inside your home.

Clean air filters are one of the easiest ways to make sure your HVAC system works efficiently. Clogged filters can reduce a system’s air quality and efficiency.

According to the U.S. Department of Energy, replacing a dirty filter with a clean one can lower your air conditioner’s energy consumption by 5% to 15%. A clean filter can also help improve your home’s indoor air quality, which can make a big difference for allergy sufferers.

Remove Winter’s Dust Buildup

Over winter, dust, and dirt collect on an air conditioner’s evaporator coil and condenser coils. The dirt can reduce airflow and insulates the coil, which impedes the coil’s ability to absorb heat.

Winter’s weather can also do a number on your HVAC outdoor condenser coils. Foliage and debris can lodge in the coils, and winter dirt can build up. In addition to cleaning out the condenser of debris and dirt, now is a good time to cut back any foliage growth giving your condenser about 2 feet of clear space for best airflow.

Book Convenient Appointments

Get an early jump on your HVAC system tune-up to ensure you get a convenient professional appointment. Often HVAC contractors get booked with HVAC repairs when the temperature heats up and systems break down. Get ahead of the curve with a professional HVAC tune-up to prevent future problems and detect current ones.

Schedule HVAC Services in Lancaster & York County, PA

At Neffsville Plumbing, Heating & Cooling Services, we can prepare your HVAC system for warmer weather today. Enroll in our HVAC Customer Care Program for:

  • A free annual inspection of your home’s cooling system
  • Discounts on repairs
  • Priority scheduling of emergency services
  • And more

Don’t put off your HVAC tune-up. Call Neffsville Cooling at (717) 625-1000 or contact us online to schedule service today.

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