Seasonal Heating and Cooling System Maintenance Can Save You Money

HVAC systems need regular maintenance to perform at their peak, much like any other piece of equipment. Although there are some things that you can do on your own to maintain your system, like changing the air filter, most things should be left to a professional. Rely on Central Heating & Air Conditioning’s heating and cooling maintenance plans in Tulare, CA to keep your systems up and running.

How Often Does My HVAC System Need Maintenance?

Ideally, you’ll have your heating and air conditioning systems maintained at least once a year. Think about it as an annual check-up, similar to your annual physical at the doctor’s office. The best time for air conditioner maintenance is in the spring and for heating, the best time is in the fall. The reasoning behind this is simple, you want to make sure that your system is ready for the upcoming season.

What’s Included in an HVAC Maintenance Plan?

Regardless if it’s an air conditioning system or heating system, maintenance plans include a complete inspection of the unit. This includes every component, fuel and electrical connection, moving part, and motor. If any problems are found, the parts are replaced or repaired to ensure the unit runs properly. We’ll also check and calibrate your thermostat, check refrigerant levels, and test the unit to make sure everything’s working.

How Long Does a Maintenance Check-up Take?

A regular maintenance plan for your HVAC system won’t become a burden to you, and it won’t take up a lot of your time. Someone will have to be around to let the technician into the house, so they can perform the necessary work inside. However, each visit should only take around an hour and that will generally include any repairs that need to be done. We’ll work with you to set up the most convenient time possible.

If you’re ready to sign up for a regular maintenance plan in Tulare, CA or the surrounding areas, contact us at Central Heating & Air Conditioning. We’ll take care of your system so it takes care of you.

The ideal time for profession HVAC maintenance is during pre-season (Spring and Fall) before you need to operate your central air conditioning system. Some routine maintenance can be handled by homeowners. However, there are other jobs that should only be performed by a professional licensed HVAC technician.

HVAC equipment may lose efficiency over time if not appropriately maintained. Routine maintenance can play a big part in maximizing the longevity and maintaining the energy-efficient performance of your equipment. It’s as important as going to the dentist! Take care of what’s important, and it should take care of you.

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