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.
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.
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.
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.Back