Summer Checklist For Your HVAC Service Unit

Make it a summer to remember with an HVAC unit that is running smoothly and without a problem with this important checklist.

With summer here in full swing, the need to beat the heat is evident now more than ever before. And as the weather gets warmer and warmer, the need to maintain your home’s HVAC unit is more significant than ever. In order to obtain high-quality air, your home’s HVAC unit must be running smoothly and efficiently. This means conducting routine checks on your unit and maybe even bringing in a professional to help out with any problems or errors. Make sure to keep your home’s HVAC unit up to date and running smoothly with this helpful checklist for summer. 

Clean Your HVAC Unit And The Area Surrounding It

Keeping your HVAC unit clean and the area around it is the best way to ensure that it is running smoothly and proficiently. Throughout the year, a number of outside forces such as dirt, grime, and dust can accumulate in and around your HVAC unit, causing it to run inefficiently. Keeping an eye for any pests that may have made your unit their home is highly recommended as sometimes certain animals burrow deep into your HVAC unit, causing damage of all kinds. It’s highly important that you schedule regular HVAC maintenance to have a professional examine your unit and determine what needs to be cleaned and what needs to be left alone. Which brings us to our next suggestion…

Schedule Regular HVAC Maintenance 

No one does it quite as a professional does. Before summer rolls around, it’s essential to schedule a maintenance call with a professional for your home’s HVAC unit. They will be able to tell how your unit is running and if there is anything causing it to run poorly or slowly. It is usually recommended that you have regular HVAC maintenance throughout the summer due to the amount of work your unit will be putting out. Technicians may discover a number of issues with your HVAC unit, such as if it needs any belts replaced, if the tension on the belts needs to be adjusted, and even if any moving parts need to be lubricated. When in doubt, it’s always a good idea to bring in the help of a professional when it comes to maintaining your home’s HVAC unit. 

Replace Your Unit’s Air Filters 

The air filters of your home’s HVAC unit are arguably the most essential component of the entire unit. These filters are what keep your air quality healthy and stable while also keeping your unit running smoothly and without any error. But over time, these air filters can accumulate a great deal of dirt and grime, which causes them to clog up and reduce airflow. When your unit is clogged up, your utility bills usually skyrocket, resulting in a crippling dent in your wallet. Regularly replacing your HVAC unit’s air filters is an excellent way of avoiding having to pay more in utilities or having to replace your unit altogether. 

Contact the professionals at Peppers Heating and Air today! 

(770) 483-1282