HVAC Expert Explains Spring Maintenance

A new season means new challenges for your HVAC system, so you need to start on your spring home maintenance checklist. To keep your heating and air conditioning in great shape, we recommend cleaning or replacing your filters, clearing the drainage hole, cleaning your dehumidifier, and more.

HVAC expert, All Climate Heating and Air Conditioning, expounds on the concept of “spring cleaning” for your systems.

Schedule Professional Maintenance

Homeowners can do a few things to keep their HVAC in top shape, but it’s always better to ask for professional inspection and maintenance from a qualified HVAC company. Technicians will assess all components of your system for signs of wear and tear, lubricate its parts, and correct potential problems before they become costly issues.

Clean Your Air Filters

HVAC experts recommend paying close attention to your air filters. Dirty or clogged air filters can tax your system, reduce performance, and contribute to poor indoor air quality. Fortunately, this is an easily fixed and preventable problem. You just need to check and replace your air conditioning filters every month and replace old and worn-out filters whenever necessary.

Clear a Blocked Drainage Hole

All parts of an HVAC system need to function properly if you want results. The drainage hole catches the water that forms when your air conditioner cools and adapts the air. A clogged drainage hole prevents this from happening, making your air conditioner work harder and preventing it from removing humidity from the air. Keep your AC running smoothly by using a small object like a paperclip to clean out the drainage hole.

Renew Your AC With All Climate Heating and Air Conditioning

You can count on All Climate Heating and Air Conditioning for all of your heating and cooling needs because we’ve been serving local homeowners and businesses for over two decades. Our many years of experience mean that we can handle any kind of issue and provide our customers with the high quality of service that they deserve.

Contact us here or call us at (425) 361-0126 to learn more about HVAC spring maintenance.