Imagine your HVAC system is a pitcher of water. Throughout the year, its going to be constantly pouring out more and more water in order to keep your cool. If you don’t refill the pitcher, it will run out. The only way to refill the pitcher is to take care of your air conditioning and heating systems by scheduling regular maintenance, replacing air filters and calling a technician when something is wrong.
At Island Airco, we understand that AC and heating is important, especially in the Ssouth! Luckily, there are a ton of different tune-ups and other maintenance that you can schedule to make sure that your HVAC systems doesn’t let you down in the summer or winter. The most important parts of a tune-up are the maintenance and the cleaning, which will ensure that you get the heat and cooling you deserve.
What Should I Expect In A Seasonal HVAC Tune-Up?
You should expect for your tune-up to include a lot of cleaning and maintenance, to make sure that everything is working properly. In between maintenance, if you’re starting to notice any odd behavior with your system, make sure to call a technician to address the problem right away, rather than waiting for your next tune-up. There are two essential parts to a tune-up:
There is a lot of maintenance involved with tune-ups, and for a very good reason. This is to ensure that all of the parts of your AC and heating are working perfectly, as well as measuring pressure to make sure that you’re not in danger of leaks or fires.
The maintenance that your technician should include are:
- Checking drain line and pan
- Checking refrigerant level
- Align and cleaning components
- Checking burner combustion
- Checking gas or oil pressure
- Inspecting heat exchangers.
All of these play a very important role in your HVAC system’s functions, meaning that they should be checked twice a year. Allowing them to go unchecked can cause problems that range from minor power issues to electrical fires and gas leaks.
Cleaning Your HVAC System
There should also be a bit of cleaning during your HVAC tune-ups, as buildup and heat can lead to worse air quality over time. While your technician can clean the unit entirely, they can also
give you pointers on what to clean without them. Some of the things that they will clean include:
- The condenser coils
- The drain pan
- The drain line
- The evaporator coil
These will be cleaned to make sure your system runs efficiently all season long as well as preventing rust and other degenerative problems.
Call Today For Quality Eureka Springs HVAC Maintenance!
There are a lot of different ways to take care of your HVAC systems, but making sure to hire a technician will allow for lots of maintenance and cleaning. Having experts by your side helping you take care of your AC and heater can lead to longer life spans, safer units and less money spent on repairs. At Island Airco, we guarantee that when you call us, we’ll get the job done right the first time. There is no room for error when it comes to your indoor comfort, so call today for quality maintenance!