Air conditioning during the summer in Texas is a necessity. Keeping up with regular maintenance to your AC unit not only keeps your energy bill lower, but it also keeps the air you breathe cleaner.
According to the U.S. Department of Energy, preventative maintenance, such as AC tune-ups and home audits, could mean saving up to 30% on your energy bill annually. During a home audit, a professional AC technician will pinpoint areas of your home where the most energy is lost so that you can decide what to fix and how. This process helps ensure your AC system is running at peak efficiency, saving you money in the long run.
If your AC system ever stops working under warranty, most manufacturers require proof of check-up maintenance before they will fix the problem. Keeping up with preventative maintenance on your system will help save you time and money if something mechanically ever does go wrong.
Regular maintenance on your home’s AC unit helps keep the air filtering through your home cleaner and safer to breathe. Every home, no matter the location, shares its air with many substances: dust, dandruff, dust mites and mold. If a unit goes unserviced for a period of time, these pollutants can block the air ducts and hinder the system from pushing air out like it should. In turn, areas of your home may not feel as cool as others, resulting in your system working harder.
The biggest benefit of preventative maintenance is if you service your AC system regularly, just as you would your car, it’ll last longer with fewer problems. Also, this gives a service technician the opportunity to check for problems within the unit and fix them before it becomes a bigger issue. Call Go Green Heating and Cooling today for top-of-the-line AC maintenance service!