It’s nearly time to turn the heat off and enjoy the brief period of springtime when you can open your windows to keep your home at a comfortable temperature. Before you know it, those days will pass, and you’ll want to start running your central air conditioner to keep cool and comfortable.
Many people in the St. Louis area tend to turn on their air conditioners in June or July, but if you’re ahead of that schedule, that’s totally fine, too. No matter what time you flip the switch to the air conditioner, there are a few tasks you need to complete to make sure your cooling system is running as best as it can.
We would be so happy if everyone’s air conditioner ran perfectly forever. That would mean our valued clients get to enjoy their homes at comfortable temperatures without worry. Unfortunately, there will always be a need for an AC repair service, because even the most doted-on air conditioners break down sometimes.
Air conditioner repairs become necessary for three main reasons:
The best way to help prevent expensive or frequent air conditioner repairs is to properly maintain your equipment. Maintenance tasks are not terribly difficult. However, there are some tasks you can do yourself, and others that you should leave to an AC repair service.
At Meyer Heating & Air, we recommend homeowners perform basic maintenance on their home HVAC systems. Here are a few things you can do to keep your air conditioner and heating units running their best.
Being vigilant is a great way to make sure you know when conditions are changing and you need to consider calling Meyer Heating & Air for air conditioner repair.
Before it’s time for you to even consider turning on your air conditioner is the perfect time to get an annual tune-up for your unit. During a tune-up, technicians check over the entire system and make sure every part is ready to function when the weather heats up.
Annual check-ups, usually scheduled in spring, can also extend your air conditioner’s life by several years and give you significant savings on your monthly energy bills. This annual visit can help spot minor problems before they become big, expensive ones.
A well-maintained air conditioner can last for 15 years or more, but ignoring your unit can cut that time in half and result in less efficient operation. Not only will you be spending a lot of money to replace your unit much sooner than expected, but you’ll also be getting hit with higher utility bills all summer long. Putting off annual maintenance to save on the cost of our technician’s visit will probably cost you a lot more in the long run.
Meyer Heating & Air is the St. Louis area’s air conditioner expert, ready to provide air conditioner repairs or maintenance to you 24 hours a day. Call us today to schedule an appointment for an air conditioner tune-up, or reserve one online at www.meyerair.com.
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