The heating and cooling systems of a home are very important. That is why it is important to keep your HVAC has to be in tip top shape. If you’re not able to take care of it, you will be costing yourself a lot of money. Here are some tips to help you started.
Clean your fan blades and coils come spring. Clean the outdoor condenser unit regularly.
Turn it off first so nothing moves. Then, pop off its grills, pull the blades out, and gently clean them as well as the unit itself.
Your outdoor HVAC units might suffer when your trees start to lose their leaves. Make sure the unit’s fan grill is cleaned often during the leaves begin to fall. The fan must be unobstructed to work properly, and if it gets blocked, you will end up with many headaches with the unit.
Lubricate the oil ports on your fan condenser once a year.You will notice these ports have a rubber or metal caps. Use a lightweight, detergent-free SAE 20 oil, but make sure to avoid overfilling them.
Turn off your outdoor condenser units when it’s getting cold. This means that you should be done when the weather falls under 60 degrees Farenheit. This can keep the system running efficiently for many years to come.
During your service visit, the system motor will be inspected, inspect the motor and the freon levels. These few simple tasks will help your system to run at its peak performance.
Never allow your home to get dangerously high level. Air conditioners really can cool a home by just twenty degrees Fahrenheit within a reasonable amount of time. If the temperature in your home rises to 100 degrees F or higher, you would only be able to cool it down just above 80 degrees. This won’t be a safe and comfortable temperature for you to sleep in.…