1. Clean All Dirt and Debris from Your Outdoor Unit
If you have an outdoor unit, Fall is the perfect time to clean up all the leaves, twigs and grass that may be blocking the airflow in and around the unit. You can perform this task by wearing a pair of gardening gloves, and simply removing all the debris that you see. If you notice that your unit is damaged, or if it has unexplained puddles of water around it, you may want to consider scheduling HVAC maintenance and repair to catch problems before they result in the need to prematurely replace your system.
2. Change Your HVAC System’s Air Filter
Changing your air filter at the start of each season helps ensure that air flows smoothly through your indoor unit and that dust, pollen, and allergens are caught in the filter and not recirculated throughout your home. Dirty and clogged air filters can result in your HVAC system working harder than normal, using more energy, and contributing to indoor air pollution.
3. Schedule Fall HVAC Maintenance with Our Expert Technicians
Lastly, remember to schedule Fall maintenance with one of our quality service technicians at Affordable Service. Fall maintenance helps ensure that your heating and cooling system is operating within the manufacturer’s recommended guidelines and that there are no excessively worn parts that could cause a sudden breakdown this Winter.
To schedule your Fall tune-up with one of our expert technicians or another Fall or Winter service, give us a call.