An HVAC system is a packaged unit built to be installed outside the home. This means the system is designed to both heat and cool your home as a single product. An HVAC system should be inspected at least once a year to ensure its safe and cost-effective use.
What Happens During Maintenance?
A maintenance tune-up involves the correct inspection, cleaning, calibrating, and testing of the equipment. Components are checked for leaks, cracks, and wear. Electrical wiring is inspected for fraying and loose connections. Cleaning removes dust and dirt buildup that can cause fires or faulty operation.
Why Get an Annual Inspection?
Your HVAC system will wear with normal use. Equipment will begin to lose efficiency and cost more to operate as the years progress. A once a year maintenance appointment will keep your system tuned and operating at optimal capacity. The condition of coils, air filters, fans, and thermostats will be addressed by your technician. Documents proving your commitment to ongoing tune-ups can help when selling your home.
Is it time to maintain your HVAC unit? Baker Heating & Cooling has qualified and experienced technicians waiting to serve customers in Surprise. Let us know you want to schedule an appointment, and we’ll head over ASAP.
Benefits of Regular HVAC Tune-Ups
Increased dependability, maximum efficiency, and prolonged life span are benefits a homeowner can expect. When weather extremes occur, you can feel confident about your unit when regular tune-ups have been conducted. HVAC equipment that has been cleaned and calibrated will respond easily to the demand of both hot and cold weather. Monthly utility costs will also remain lower in most cases.
The team at Baker Heating & Cooling is dedicated to bringing the best value to residential customers in Surprise. Our family-owned and operated company services both heating and cooling equipment. We can install, repair, and maintain all makes and models built by major manufacturers, including Amana, Armstrong, and Lennox. Ask us about getting a new heat pump or split gas system for your home. Call our office today to learn more about updating your residential property.