3 Ways to Prepare Your Air Conditioner for Summer
Summer is right around the corner. Before you know it, the temperatures in Fresno, Texas, will be soaring. You will rely on your home’s air conditioner to keep you and your family cool. Prepare now by scheduling a tune-up and changing your air filter today to ensure that your Texas household is ready for increasingly warm temperatures.
Schedule Your Service Appointment
It is likely that your air conditioning unit will require a tune-up. Your service technician will do a test run, inspect each of the mechanical parts, and identify any problems. Scheduling your service appointment now will ensure that your unit is ready to cool your home as soon as summer weather is here. Additionally, if your unit requires any repairs or you choose to upgrade, you can schedule them before you are left with no air on a hot and humid day.
Clean Up Your Exterior Yard
Fall and winter can put a lot of wear and tear on your exterior condenser unit. While you should leave maintenance of the condenser to a professional HVAC technician, you can clean up the area surrounding your exterior unit. Remove leaves or other debris that could prevent the condenser from running efficiently.
Change Your Air Filter
Ideally, you should change your home’s air filter at least once every 90 days. However, it may be necessary to change it more frequently if you suffer from allergies or have pets in your home. When the unit’s air filter is clogged by dust and debris, it has a harder time pushing cold air into your home. It may also blow the dust and debris directly into your home.
Now is the time to prepare your air conditioning unit for the upcoming summer weather. Schedule your service appointment, clean the area around your exterior unit, and keep up with regular filter changes to guarantee a comfortable summer. Call Davis Air Conditioning & Heating today at 888-929-0049 to schedule your pre-summer tune-up appointment.
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