Your HVAC system requires regular maintenance to keep this expensive and vital equipment running smoothly.An improperly maintained HVAC system can malfunction, resulting in expensive repairs or replacement bill. Furthermore, a malfunctioning unit can also put yourself and your family at risk. Fortunately, a preventive maintenance agreement will ensure your HVAC unit is running the way it was designed to.
Benefits Of A Preventive Maintenance Agreement
A properly maintained HVAC unit decreases the chance of unexpected repairs, and generally prolongs the life of the system. In addition, regular HVAC maintenance keeps your equipment running at maximum energy efficiency, which lowers your monthly utility bills. A preventive maintenance agreement also provides you with peace of mind.
What To Expect
With a HVAC maintenance agreement, a trustworthy and highly trained HVAC technician will examine your entire unit, replace air filters and clean the coils if needed.
Air filters are an important part of the HVAC system as well as a vital defense against and excessive amount of air impurities in your home. When the filter becomes clogged and dirty, it allows tiny particles to float throughout your home decreasing your indoor air quality. Furthermore, a dirty filter restricts airflow, leads to dirty evaporator coils, makes the unit work harder and increases energy use. Over time, dirt collects on the HVAC evaporator and condenser coils with normal everyday use. These coils absorb heat, and when they become dirty they cannot properly function.
The HVAC technician will also ensure the unit’s electrical connections are connected properly and apply lubricant to moving parts, which will reduce friction. During the HVAC servicing, the technician will ensure the condensation drain is not clogged, add refrigerant if needed, inspect blower components, fuel connections, burner combustion and heat exchanger.
For more information about HVAC maintenance agreements, contact Smoky Mountain Heating & Air.
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