If you're planning on spring cleaning your Charleston, South Carolina, home, you should be sure to include your air conditioning system. Spring cleaning your air conditioner can provide a number of benefits, including making sure your system is ready for the warm summer season.
Improve Your Air Conditioner's Efficiency
Boosting the cooling efficiency of your air conditioning system is the best reason to schedule spring cleaning. Your heating, ventilating, and air conditioning technician will examine your system, and look out for and fix any issues that affect your air conditioner's performance. After we tune up your system, it will cool your home more efficiently, increasing your comfort and lowering your energy bills.
Boost Your Air Quality
Improving the air quality in your home is another reason to schedule spring cleaning for your air conditioner. During the spring, the air is filled with pollen, and when this pollen makes its way into your home, your family may experience respiratory issues.
During your appointment, your tech can change your filter to make sure that it's able to remove pollutants from the air in your home. We will also clean your ductwork and inspect it for leaks that might allow pollen and other irritants into your home.
Avoid Summer Outages
No one wants to face an air conditioning outage during the sweltering summer months. If you want to make sure your system stays up and running during the hottest months of the year, scheduling a spring maintenance appointment is an excellent idea.
While we're inspecting your system, your HVAC tech will catch any problems that could result in outages. By catching problems early, your maintenance professional will be able to correct them before they require major repairs. So, not only will you reduce the risk for outages but you'll also be able to save money.
If you're ready to schedule spring cleaning for your air conditioning system, call Myatt & Bates Heating and Air at 843-628-1775. One of our experienced techs will clean your system inside and out to make sure it's ready for the spring and summer.
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