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Air Conditioner / Heating Unit on a House Investing in a new HVAC system can be quite costly, but it is a necessity in the modern world. You need your HVAC system to promote a more comfortable temperature and humidity level in your home. If you have already made the investment in a new system, then you want to do everything you can to keep it functioning at optimal levels. How can you rest assured that you are getting the best results from your new system? 

For more information on how to best prolong the lifespan of your unit, these top tips will help you get more from your home! 

 

Schedule Routine Maintenance

The best and easiest way to extend the lifespan of your new HVAC system is to schedule routine maintenance with a qualified professional. A good service technician will clean the system, inspect it for damage, and offer a quick tune-up to keep you in good working order. You can do your part between inspections by changing the air filter and cleaning debris away from outdoor units.

This should be done at least once a year, though many homeowners prefer to schedule it twice per year. If doing it twice per year, you should schedule your maintenance when the seasons start to change as your HVAC unit will also be making a switch. Spring and fall tend to be the best times for routine maintenance. 

 

Take Care of Necessary Repairs Quickly

A regular inspection also allows technicians to see if a repair will be needed in the future. Allowing your system to run with broken-down parts can shave years off the life of your new HVAC system. Whether it is a frozen coil, a faulty thermostat, or damaged electrical connections, you will want to get your unit repaired as quickly as possible. 

By prolonging the amount of time between repairs, you might be inadvertently placing more stress on other parts of the unit. For example, a faulty thermostat can lead your unit to run for longer periods of time and cause unnecessary wear and tear on your HVAC system. If a technician recommends that you consider a repair, be sure to take care of it as promptly as possible to prevent this.

 

Change the Air Filter

This is one easy task that you can take care of on your own. At least once a quarter, you need to replace your air filter. If you have pets or allergies, this may need to happen more often such as every month. This helps to keep your system clean and prevents you from putting undue stress on your unit. 

 

Contact the Professionals

If you really want to get the best results from your HVAC system, you need professional help. While there are some things you can do on your own at home, an experienced technician can give you the insight you need to prolong your experience. Learn more about how Classic Air Conditioning & Heating can assist you with your new system.