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3 Reasons to Get Your Unit Checked Before the Summer
Thursday, July 04, 2019
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Heating and Air Conditioning services work overtime in the summer to keep your indoor environment comfortable.

Is your heating and air conditioning system ready? You know it’s coming. That high heat and humidity associated with summer. Make sure your HVAC is in summer-ready shape by scheduling a service check-up.

1: HVAC Systems are Complex

From drip pans to drain lines, vents to condensers, there are many components to an HVAC system. While some regular maintenance is easy, home and business owners aren’t always familiar with the many parts of a well-running system. A professional service technician will go over the entire HVAC system – ensuring clean, comfortable inside air all summer long.

2: Small Problems Can Lead to Big Expenses

Debris, dust, leakage, and even normal wear and tear may result in small problems that can cause your system to run inefficiently. Even animals and exterior shrub growth can affect an HVAC system. Regular servicing will detect these problems and resolve them before they become major repairs.

Small problems can lead to significant cooling loss in the system. This, in turn, translates to rising costs for the home or business owner. Not to mention that overworking the system is a major cause of HVAC breakdowns.

3: Make Service Part of Your Annual Routine

Just like servicing your car or getting an annual physical, maintaining your HVAC system should be part of your yearly routine. Your family and employees depend on clean, comfortable air both at home and at work to keep them safe and healthy.

At G+S Heating Air Energy Services, we inspect and service your HVAC system to maintain excellent air quality in your home or business. Call us today for a complete evaluation of your heating and air conditioning services.

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