Living in Florida comes with copious amounts of sunshine all year long. But when our version of winter comes to visit, many of us don’t have our winter checklist completed. So, when it comes to compiling a checklist and protecting your home’s HVAC system, having a professional inspection and a preventive maintenance program is crucial. From ensuring furnace burner combustion is as energy efficient as possible to checking gas pressure and oil/gas connections, an experienced HVAC professional can make all the difference.
With “winter” approaching, we thought you could use some invaluable preventive maintenance tips to help keep your home’s HVAC running as efficiently as possible:
How often should I service my unit?
Your A/C unit should generally be serviced twice a year during the transitional seasons to ensure it’s working at peak performance for Summer & Winter.
Your AC Protects Your HVAC System
To keep both your heating and cooling system operating at peak efficiency, maintenance is essential. Below are a few items you can check off your FL winter HVAC maintenance checklist.
Filters are your home’s first line of defense when it comes to protecting indoor air quality and should be changed regularly
Clean Your HVAC System
Organic debris can wreak havoc with your HVAC system, which is constantly exposed to the elements
Check Thermostat Batteries
Always a good time to check the batteries in your thermostat and reprogram it if needed
Check Your Condensate Drain
Clogged lines in your condensate drain create the ideal breeding ground for microbial activity, including mold and mildew
We are deeply committed to incorporating the highest quality installations that help you create more welcoming and comfortable spaces at home. That’s why Armstrong Air and Heating has become the industry standard by which excellence is measured. And our mission of non-stop improvement, unquestionable customer satisfaction and impeccable service/products keeps us at the top of our game, and always makes our clients happy.
To get your home ready for winter, why not reach out to our team right now by filling out this online form. We’ll have someone follow up with you to set a time, or to answer any questions you may have about us or our impeccable service.
How Armstrong Can Help
If you’re experiencing excess overflow, have questions about directing your drain line, or just need to have your HVAC serviced to keep it in tip-top shape, give us a call at 1-800-AC-REPAIR for a FREE consultation!