We're now in the middle of fall, and no doubt you've felt the cold winds already. With the cold seasons approaching, it's time to prepare your home's air conditioning system. Here are some tips from experts to help you do just that:
Prepare Your HVAC System For Winter
Another term for this is "winterizing." You want to winterize your HVAC system for colder weather. Typically you'll want to do this before temps reaches below zero. So, here are Jade's professional tips for winterizing:
Schedule An HVAC Maintenance Appointment
Unexpected costs, repairs, and emergencies can happen. Don't think it can't happen to you. To help prevent these things from occurring, you should schedule an appointment seasonally (at least once every 3-4 months).
During the fall, an HVAC professional will go through the below tasks on your central system:
Adjust Your Thermostat For Fall
When we experience time changes, we change the times on our clocks. Well, people need to get in the habit of changing their thermostats when the seasons change, too. Raise or lower the temp depending on your own comfort level. There are programmable thermostats that will adjust temperature based on your preferences.
Air Conditioner Maintenance Tips
Here are more things to keep in mind to improve the efficiency of your unit during the fall.
And finally, next spring, be sure to turn on the power 24 hours before using your air conditioning unit.
11/10/2020 03:59:37 pm
Thanks for reminding me that unexpected costs and repair services can happen if I'm not prepared enough for winter. My in-laws will be coming over, so I want them to feel comfortable while they're here without any interruptions. Maybe I should have a professional do proper maintenance on our heating system before they arrive.
12/2/2020 02:54:38 am
You need to be very careful and choose the right Air Conditioner for you based on your requirements. I like your Air Conditioner Maintenance tips specially I liked most the 4th point: Don’t leave your AC unit's pipes and wires exposed (especially those inside your home) - cover them with foam. Duct tape will help make the foam stay put and will also prevent pipes from cracking (frozen pipes can crack up). These tips will be useful for all. Thanks!!
12/2/2022 10:13:18 am
Hi nice rreading your blog
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