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How Often Should I Get HVAC Maintenance?
Thursday, March 26, 2020

Do you have a maintenance agreement for your heating and cooling system? If not, it’s time to consider one. It can make a huge difference in how well your HVAC system functions. It can also help you determine how often you should have it maintained. Take a look at some helpful information regarding your heating and air conditioning.

How Often Should You Get HVAC Maintenance?

The standard maintenance windows for most HVAC systems include the spring and the fall. Why? Because you want to prep your system for the change of seasons. In the spring, you’re switching from heat to AC, and you want to make sure your air conditioner is up for the challenge of yet another hot, humid summer. In the fall, as you get ready for cooler weather, you need to get your furnace or heating system ready as well. Fall maintenance will do just that.

What Happens During HVAC Maintenance?

In addition to cleaning your equipment, regular maintenance checks for issues, fixes small problems before they become big ones, and gets your system ready for the coming season. Here’s what your spring service checklist should include:

  • Check the blower motor operation
  • and calibrate the thermostat
  • Clean or change the air filter
  • Inspect and lubricate the bearings
  • Inspect the condenser coil
  • Clean and clear the condensate drain
  • Check refrigerant levels
  • Inspect electrical connections
  • Check fan blades for wear and tear
  • Test capacitors
  • Inspect ducts
  • Are you on the schedule for spring maintenance with your HVAC company? If not, it’s time to invest in a regular service to ensure your heating and cooling systems get the TLC they need twice a year. G+S Heating Air Energy Services has everything you need to keep your HVAC system running right. Contact our team of experts today for the maintenance agreement that’s right for you.

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    3 Ways to Get Your Commercial HVAC Unit Ready for Summer
    Thursday, March 19, 2020

    Any commercial services team will tell you - it’s time to think about getting your HVAC unit ready for summer. The hot weather is closer than you think, and your business needs to be able to keep its cool, which is why we have three ways to get your commercial heating and cooling system ready for warmer weather.

    #1: Change Those Filters

    Nothing will slow down the efficiency of your AC faster than a clogged-up air filter. It’s critical to change them approximately every 30-90 days, but definitely before the change of seasons. Dirty air filters can make your system work overtime, which leads to increased energy use and higher monthly bills. Change the filters and stay on budget.

    #2: Check the Thermostats

    There’s always someone in every office or company that wants to mess with the thermostat. Instead of guessing whether it’s functioning properly, set properly, or connected properly, have a commercial HVAC technician check and calibrate your thermostats. Accurate temperature control leads to more consistent indoor comfort levels. When the temperature stays comfortable, you’ll have happier employees, which leads to greater productivity and less downtime.

    #3: Schedule Maintenance

    An HVAC technician should service your commercial heating and cooling systems twice a year, in the spring and in the fall. Spring maintenance helps make sure your AC is ready for the hot weather. A licensed HVAC technician can inspect the equipment and make sure everything is running as it should. They will also clean and calibrate all of the components and moving parts to ensure efficiency and to catch any small issues before they become big, expensive problems.

    If you’re a business owner, you need to watch your budget and your bottom line. One way to make sure you’re not overspending is with seasonal maintenance for your HVAC system. Call the commercial services team at G+S Heating Air Energy Services to make sure your commercial HVAC unit is ready for summer.

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    Why Should I Have My HVAC Unit Inspected in the Spring?
    Thursday, March 12, 2020

    When it comes to energy services, we’ve got you covered. One question we get every spring is, should I have my HVAC unit inspected? The answer is yes. Let’s take a look at why it’s so important.

    Make the Switch from Heat to Cool

    As the weather turns from cool to hot, your HVAC system needs to be ready to make the switch from heat to air conditioning. The best way to make sure it’s ready is with a spring inspection. An HVAC technician will inspect, evaluate, clean, calibrate, and lubricate your AC to make sure everything is in good working order before you turn on the air on a hot spring day.

    Make Sure Your Air is Clean

    A dirty, inefficient system is not going to give you the air quality you want in your home. An energy services inspection and service mean your AC is running as cleanly as possible. A new air filter, inspection of all of the components, lubrication of the moving parts, and assurance that your HVAC equipment is running right all contribute to better air for you and your family.

    Save Money on Your Energy Bills

    Spring maintenance means your air conditioner is not working overtime to do its job. Worn out parts, lack of proper lubrication, a dirty air filter, and low coolant levels all mean your system is using more energy to keep your house cool. More energy means higher cooling bills. Save the planet and some cash by having your AC serviced this spring.

    When you’re ready to have your HVAC unit inspected this spring, call on the energy services team at G+S Heating Air Energy Services.

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    2 Tips for Making the Switch from Heat to Air Conditioning
    Thursday, March 05, 2020

    Is your heating and air conditioning system ready for a switch? It might not seem like it, but summer heat is right around the corner. When the seasons change and the outside temperatures along with them, you need to prep your HVAC system for what’s coming. We’ve got you covered. Take a look at two tips for making the switch from heat to air conditioning.

    Tip #1: Check Your Filter

    Your HVAC air filter helps keep dirt and dust out of your system. It also helps keep airborne pollutants out of your air. It has a dual job to protect the air you breathe while protecting your heating and cooling system so it can keep you warm in the winter and cool in the summer. If you haven’t changed your filter recently, now’s the time. You should change it every 30-90 days, but especially as you prepare to switch over to AC.

    Tip #2: Schedule Seasonal Maintenance

    Your air conditioner has probably been sitting idle since last fall. Before you crank it up this spring, have a professional HVAC technician perform a seasonal service. Regular maintenance in the fall and spring can keep your system running the way it should, increase its energy efficiency, and make it more effective.

    Getting ready for warmer weather is important. Whether you’re on a spring-cleaning bender or preparing for the change of seasons, make sure you include your HVAC system on your to-do list. At G+S Heating Air Energy Services, we know exactly what your heating and air conditioning system needs to be ready for the transition from heating to cooling. Contact us today to talk to one of our experienced staff members.

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