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How Often Does an Air Conditioner Need Service?

October 28, 2016

It’s easy to forget about HVAC maintenance so as long as your home is a comfortable temperature. However, just because your system is functioning… doesn’t mean it is running as efficiently as possible. Did you know that HVAC maintenance can do more for you and your pocket book than changing your oil could? Energy Star states that by just having your equipment’s airways clean you can save up to 15% on its energy usage. The HVAC maintenance we perform will not only save you money on your electric bill, but could potentially help you avoid a complete replacement – which can range between $5,000-$12,000!

Not all air conditioning and heating systems have built-in reminders to alert you when it’s time for a maintenance check-up. However, the Lennox iComfort S30 Smart Thermostat does indicate when there’s a problem that needs immediate attention and reminds you when it is time to change your air filter! We recommend that you give us a call at least once each year so that we can inspect, service and clean out the dust and dirt that accumulates in your HVAC unit.

Of course, if you are experiencing signs such as a stench every time your unit comes on, water leaking down your wall, hot and/or cold spots throughout your home, or hate your costly electric bill, call us sooner rather than later! Rest assured that when you call Aero Designed Systems, we will send someone out that will fix the problem right the first time.

We guarantee you more than a “quick look.” It is standard procedure for us to tighten all connections, check airflow, clean all coils, and inspect many other important parts! After all, at Aero Designed Systems people come first, quality at a close second, and total home comfort follows! Contact our Lakeway or Georgetown office today if your HVAC unit is due for a maintenance check.

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