Have You Scheduled Air Conditioning Maintenance Yet?

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If you haven’t scheduled air conditioning maintenance yet today, now is the time. The weather is finally heating up, and a maintenance visit may do wonders for your home comfort in the spring and summer. Tasks such as changing the air filter are an important part of maintenance, but only professionals can handle some of the more difficult parts of the process. Find out what a professional AC maintenance visit can do for your system.

Improve efficiency and performance

One of the main reasons to schedule maintenance for your air conditioner is that systems that receive maintenance tend to perform much better than those that receive little or no attention through the years. In fact, a well-maintained AC can retain up to 95% of its efficiency throughout its lifespan. This is because simple tasks like cleaning the coils and tightening electrical connections help the parts to run smoothly, keeping energy bills low and allowing for maximum airflow.

Reduce the amount of repairs for the year

A regular tune-up can actually reduce the amount of costly repairs that you need to make over time. If there is an issue with the system, your technician will let you know so that you can complete repairs soon. This keeps issues from worsening and stops additional parts from failing as well. Furthermore, the standard tune-up process is a great way to prevent repairs.

Keep the system around for longer

A final reason to schedule AC maintenance is that it can actually help to keep your air conditioner around for a longer period of time. Many air conditioners never actually make it to their expected lifespan, but a complete tune-up each year is perhaps the best way to keep your AC in good shape for longer (along with regular tune-ups and setting efficient temperatures). Call the friendly technicians at Air Mechanical, Inc. to schedule your next air conditioning maintenance appointment in the Ham Lake, MN area.

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