A Simple Guide to Keeping Your AC Healthy (Infographic)

It’s the middle of summer and temperatures are in the 90’s and expected to stay there until at least some time in September. Now is not the time for your air conditioning to have problems. And yet, when your air conditioning is working the hardest, it seems like that is when a weak part will finally give out.

How can you make sure your air conditioner doesn’t break down during the hottest part of the summer? First, make sure you’ve had your HVAC system tuned-up. It’s not a 100% guarantee that it will never break down, but it’s the best way to find small issues and get them fixed before they can turn into significant and costly problems. There are some regular maintenance items that you can complete that will help your air conditioning stay healthy and continue keeping you cool all summer long. Take a look at our infographic below and if you haven’t given your AC some care this summer, it’s not too late!

If you haven’t had your HVAC system serviced or tuned up in the past 12 months, call us to schedule a service call today. In Greater Houston, call (888) 710-5530. In Brazoria County, call (888) 929-0049.

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