Now that autumn is quickly approaching, the Phoenix area may look forward to cooler weather. As mid-autumn approaches, you may find yourself switching the thermostat from "cool" to "hot" to account for the brisk mornings and cool evenings. As such, now is the time to ensure that your heating and cooling system is in good working order for the next cold season. Please concentrate on these key areas.
Put In A New Air Filter
The HVAC system in your home might be severely damaged by the dust storms that occur during the summer monsoons. Pollen, grime, and dust probably fill your air filter to capacity. Your dirty air filter may be easily removed and discarded, and a new one installed. If you take less than two minutes to do this, you and your loved ones might be breathing easier in no time.
Turn the Heat Up or Down
It's cooler at night in the fall, the humidity drops significantly, and the temperature inside the house drops as well. When the temperature outside drops to less than 85 degrees Fahrenheit, or when you reach your desired indoor temperature, you can safely turn off the air conditioner. Your monthly energy expenses will drop significantly compared to the highs you saw in late spring and summer. Nights and mornings in November can be cool, so you may want to turn on the heat if you find yourself feeling uncomfortable.
Remove Any Clutter From Around Your Heating And Air Conditioning System
Although the skies will be generally blue, showers, and perhaps the occasional hailstorm are possible, as are strong winds that could damage your outdoor air conditioner. Take some time, or have a landscaping service do it for you, to remove summer growth, monsoon debris, tree limbs, fallen fruit from your trees, and anything else that could get in the way of your HVAC system's blower and evaporator coils.
Time for That HVAC Maintenance Appointment
Maintenance of your heating, ventilation, and air conditioning system is as important as getting a yearly checkup with your doctor. It may extend the life of your system and improve the quality of the air inside your home. Fewer homes take the time to plan a fall maintenance check to make sure the heat pump or furnace is operating as it should, despite the fact that many schedules an AC tune-up before summer begins. To make this error in the cooler months in the Valley of the Sun can be quite expensive and leave you out in the cold.
Do Not Waste Time; Dial Union City HVAC & Heating Now
If you want to get your HVAC system tuned up for the fall, call Union City HVAC & Heating right now. Call us at the number above to find out more about our comprehensive preventative maintenance plans for Arizona homeowners and how you can extend the life of your HVAC system. You can reach us at (201) 720-4005 right now.
We are a team of qualified professionals more than ready and committed to provide you with excellent services to ensure that you enjoy the comfort of your home's or office's air and heating systems.