Regular HVAC Maintenance: Preventing Scary Breakdowns

This Halloween, the only haunted houses in your neighborhood should be those with ghosts, ghouls and tricksters in them! You don’t want your home to become a scary place when your furnace breaks down this Halloween! You don’t want to be left in the cold, so now is a perfect time to schedule an appointment with your heating and air conditioning repair in Redlands, CA to make sure everything is in good condition before the cooler weather arrives.
It’s recommended by experts that you have your system tuned up by a professional once per year. The technician will check several aspects of your unit and alert you to anything that is noticed that needs attention. A small issue may require only a few minutes and a few dollars to fix if found early, whereas if these (and other) issues go without attention, larger, more expensive problems could arise. He or she will also check R-22 refrigerant levels, furnace filters, and connections for you.
It’s important for homeowners to remember to schedule an appointment with a professional to come out and perform preventive maintenance on your furnace and air conditioning unit; not only can you catch the smaller issues before they become large, expensive problems, but you can also save money in the long run. Your system will last longer before it needs to be replaced, too. The better your HVAC system is taken care of, the longer it will last and the better it will perform, saving you money. It won’t have to work as hard or as often to warm or cool your home, and you also won’t need to replace it as often.
Early autumn is a great time to schedule this maintenance and also to purchase a new air conditioner or furnace, if needs be. Keep in mind that during the fall, many companies and dealers offer special pricing, sales and discounts not only on new HVAC components, but also on their services, including regular preventive maintenance check-ups. You’ll want to take advantage of the opportunity to save money while you ensure your unit is in good working order.