How to Fall in Love With Your Home's HVAC System

4 Simple Steps to Falling in Love With Your HVAC

The evidence of whether you love or hate your HVAC system rests in your electricity and gas bills. If you’re tired of how your system is currently running and want to absolutely fall in love with your home’s HVAC, consider your present relationship.

As with any relationship issues, you need to address the issues and find solutions to resolve them. Show some attention and TLC to your HVAC system by scheduling regular maintenance that will guaranteed improved quality of life for you and your family.

#1 Address the Issues

Your indoor air quality speaks volumes about your HVAC system’s overall efficiency. It is also an indicator of upcoming sickness or symptoms for you and your home’s occupants. Your house is subject to pollution from the outdoor air, plants and other dangerous pollutants and contaminants. Without efforts to eradicate this pollution, it builds up in the home. This can result in even worse air pollution inside your home than is present in the air outdoors.

If this is the case with your home’s air quality, it’s time to assess your air filters as well as your HVAC air ducts. Monitor the airflow in your home and address whether improvements can be made. Bio-polar air quality purification products are helpful in reducing bacteria, odor, dust and mold within the home.

#2 Give Your System Attention

Once it’s clear that your HVAC system isn’t running efficiently, it’s time to show it some attention. Take note of your system’s current condition. Are leaves and debris surrounding your air conditioning unit? Are its fins and coils broken or otherwise damaged?

It’s important to pay attention to motor parts, the drain pan and other components essential to efficient and effective operation. An untrained eye will not be able to fully assess an air conditioning unit’s condition, so it’s wise to hire a trained HVAC professional.

#3 Schedule Routine Preventative Maintenance

Regular maintenance to your HVAC system helps to keep it running at maximum efficiency, which means your home remains at a comfortable temperature and you won’t incur high-cost energy bills. A trained professional will maintain refrigerant levels, lubricate moving parts and perform other essential maintenance tasks. Show your HVAC system the utmost of care and safeguard your investment by scheduling regular maintenance appointments.

#4 Contact Air Tech of Central Florida

Andy and Janine Brunkala, owners of Air Tech of Central Florida, have effectively improved HVAC systems for over 30 years. Their superior customer service skills are evidenced in their dedication to their customers and their many achievements: serving as President of the Winter Springs Rotary Club and the Air Conditioning Contractors Association of Central Florida, active membership in the Winter Springs Chamber of Commerce, dedication to the Apprenticeship Training Program and a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business Management.

Your HVAC system requires tender care. Contact Air Tech of Central Florida to get your HVAC system back on track and fall in love with your home’s heating and cooling capacities.

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