Your HVAC system is a vital component to keeping your Sarasota, Florida, home running smoothly and comfortably at all times. One of the best ways to make sure your HVAC system is running at its peak is by performing regular HVAC maintenance on your system. Regular maintenance can help your system run effectively in a number of ways. Four of the best reasons to use regular HVAC maintenance to keep your system healthy include:
Lowering Your Utility Bills
Regular HVAC maintenance will help your system run more efficiently, which means it has to output less effort to heat or cool your home. The less it has to work, the less electricity and gas it will expend, resulting in significant savings on your monthly energy bills.
Increasing the Longevity of Your System
A well-maintained and cleaner HVAC system will run better for longer. Additionally, regular maintenance will help catch minor problems before they become major ones, allowing you to make the necessary repairs to keep your system running optimally.
Improving Your Indoor Air Quality
HVAC maintenance includes changing the filters, cleaning the parts, and inspecting the system for dust and debris that can clog the system and get into the ductwork, recirculating through the air in your home. HVAC systems that are not maintained can breed bacteria and increase allergens, leading to respiratory problems.
Allowing You to Take Advantage of Your Warranty
Your HVAC system and its components will be under warranty for a period of time after purchase. When you have regular maintenance, a service technician will be able to determine when parts have been worn or damaged and will be able to detect problems with parts under warranty before the warranty expires. This can save you a significant amount on repairing parts that may have had defects from the factory.
If you are interested in learning more on how regular HVAC maintenance can keep your system healthy, or you would like to schedule a maintenance visit, contact our service technicians at Arctic Air Services, Inc. at 941-203-7062 today.
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