Winter A/C Inspection Can Help You Prepare for Spring

images.jpgSpring for many is a time to de-clutter and organize your home.  But it may also be a good time to consider the working condition of your air conditioning unit. The last thing you want on a hot summer day is to not have your A/C unit come on or not cool off your home sufficiently.

To work well, a home’s central air-conditioning system must be routinely checked and maintained. It is highly recommended to have an annual inspection performed by a trained technician. Sometimes a lack of R-22 can spell disaster on a hot August day.

As your HVAC system runs, it builds up dust and dirt in key areas that affect its efficiency. If these components are not checked on a routine basis, they could lose the capability to work well.

Routine inspections pay for themselves through improved energy efficiency, which saves money on utility bills.   A yearly maintenance check by a licensed HVAC expert can help reduce your monthly energy bill by up to 15 percent and help prevent earlier-than-normal breakdowns.

A Reese qualified technician can often find and address small problems with A/C units through a regular inspection that, left unnoticed, could grow into larger, more expensive issues.  Contact Reese today to schedule an HVAC inspection and to arrange to set up a service agreement.  Summer will be here soon, so don’t wait to get a preventative care your HVAC unit may need now.