Getting your HVAC system ready for spring

When winter finally comes to an end, it’s important to check up on your HVAC system. Spring is the prime time of year for allergies to pollute the air in your home. Performing the proper maintenance to your home HVAC system will keep the air in your home clean, and prepare your family for the changing seasons. Here are some ways to get your cooling system ready for spring, without neglecting the furnace either, from Hot to Cold Mechanical in Edmonton.

System Inspections

Preventative maintenance inspections are needed in spring & fall to be sure of your comfort through the coming seasons. These inspections confirm there are no weaknesses & or faults in the systems and if so, corrected before put into full output in the heart of the season when sure of failure. Spring includes both furnace & air conditioning condenser and evaporator checks in all areas needed to confirm proper air conditioning gas and airflow on both systems. Fall inspections for winter involve airflow again with proper combustion of natural gases needed.

Change the air filters

Keeping your air filters clean is a very important thing to do on your own or major problems of many types can occur. You should check and if needed replace them monthly to be sure of full airflow at all times for perfect performance in both cooling and heating seasons. The filter sizes are written on the filter in use and are easy to find in any hardware supplier.

Clean the outside coils

During every summer it’s definite that dust will build up on the air conditioning condenser from the outside air used to cool the gases. The dust build-up is cleaned out properly to be sure of no high-pressure failures through the summer season. Duct cleaning is recommended on a three-year basis to remove dust throughout your home and nothing in the evaporator holding the gases above the furnace inside the supply air duct for the air conditioning output. Hiring the vacuum truck companies that do so, is how to get it done at it’s best.

Check your thermostat

Your thermostat can be key in determining if you have any problems with your HVAC system. If you find yourself constantly having to adjust it, there may be an issue with the system. It could also mean your thermostat needs to be reprogrammed. Another tell-tale sign is increasing energy bills are increasing, without a real difference in temperature regulation. Getting it fixed will decrease your bills, and improve the temperature regulation.

Schedule maintenance inspection and tune-up

You should have both your furnace and your air conditioner inspected and serviced annually. This will help catch any small issues before they become big ones, and ensure your systems are performing at top efficiency. If you are having issues assessing your heating and cooling system between tune-ups, turn to the professionals. They’ll be able to give you a rundown of problems you may have, what to look for, and possible solutions. They’ll also be able to catch any problems that can cause major headaches and cost down the road.

HVAC Contractors in Edmonton

With over a decade of HVAC experience in Edmonton, Hot to Cold Mechanical is an honest business that prioritizes honesty, integrity, and quality in this industry. They want to educate their customers on the value of maintenance and prevention and provide a second opinion on all heating, cooling, commercial refrigeration, ventilation and more.

For more information, check out Hot to Cold Mechanical today!

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