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Blog | Tips to Prepare Your HVAC System for The Spring


Springtime is the best time of the year to get your air conditioner ready for the scorching heat of the summer. Here is a checklist of things you can do to help save you time and energy by making sure your system is operating at full capacity.

#1. Turn Your System On:

Consider turning your air conditioning system on for a test run. This will allow you to recognize any issues or malfunctions within the unit to quickly address them. Should there be anything unusual or any issues, having a licensed HVAC specialist address them is essential to the health of your system.

#2. Check Your Outside Unit:

Before you turn on your air conditioner, make sure your outside unit is clear of debris, trash, grass, and leaves. Also, make sure there is more than 1 foot of clearance around the outside unit, including bushes, trees, flowers, shrubs, and fences. This will allow the outside unit to be able to get the proper air flow that is needed.

#3. Don’t Turn Your Thermostat Down:

If you come home and your house is hot because you forgot to turn on your air conditioner before you left that morning, Do Not turn your thermostat down below your comfortable temperature setting. We recommend not doing this, because it puts too much strain on your system.

#4. Check Your Air Filter:

Checking the air filter for your unit is a simple fix.  It is best for your HVAC system to change the air filter every 3-4 weeks. By doing this, you are ensuring that your system will get the best air flow possible.

#5. Set up a Seasonal Preventative Maintenance Schedule:

It’s always a great idea to have a regular schedule for your air conditioning system to receive preventative maintenance. This type of service will ensure that your system is working properly, reduce costs, and extend the life of your unit.

If at any time you have questions, or you think something is wrong with your air conditioner, it is best to have a professional with experience look at your HVAC system. We highly recommend not working on your own system for your safety.