You want your home to be prepared for the colder months, so schedule a furnace or heat pump tune-up before the winter starts. When a technician inspects your heating system, they ensure everything is working properly and ready for the cold seasons.
A service professional can suggest any repairs or upgrades to avoid heating emergencies when the cold is brisk. So think about scheduling your Heating Tune-Up in the summer or early fall.
If your heating system is producing warm air but you can’t seem to get the desired temperature, it could mean your thermostat is faulty. Try adjusting the temperature up and see if your system reacts. The temperature sensor could be malfunctioning, in which case you’ll want to call an HVAC service tech.
Upgrading to a smart thermostat is one way to improve the efficiency of your heating system.
Just like you take your car for an oil change, your home heating system needs some TLC too! If you live in the Central Valley, your furnace or heat pump is likely working for several months a year. Taking care of this equipment will extend the life of your unit and increase efficiency.
Tune-ups and heating maintenance are also a great way to prevent major repairs or damage from occurring. Our specialists get a chance to evaluate your home heating system and make recommendations for preventative measures that will save money down the road.
Yes, air filters must be periodically replaced in central and mini-split cooling systems. Ideally, this should be done every 3 months. Dirty air filters slow down airflow and reduce the efficiency of your equipment.
If your air conditioning is not performing properly, checking for a dirty air filter is a good place to start.