When your heating and air conditioning system is working as it should, you probably don’t think twice about it. As long as your family and your home are comfortable, then you think you’re in good shape. This is why it’s important to have a date marked on your calendar, so you don’t forget your annual HVAC inspection.

Is Your Heating and Air Conditioning System Inspected Annually?

If you have any concerns at all with your air conditioning unit—it’s making a strange noise, isn’t cooling down properly, or is giving off a funny smell, for example—call for a professional HVAC inspection immediately. However, even if there aren’t any obvious issues, an annual review is a good way to take a proactive approach. This way, you can keep any potential issues remain at bay.

To verify your air conditioning system is working at an optimal level, you want to keep up with regular inspections. With proper maintenance, your heating and cooling system can last up to 15 years. Keeping up with annual maintenance can save you thousands of dollars because you won’t need to purchase a new system to replace your old one until it’s truly time to do so.

Dirt and Dust Accumulation Can Cause a 5% Decrease in HVAC Efficiency

Air filters and condensing coils, as well as other components of your HVAC system, can accumulate unwanted dirt and dust. Left as is, this build up can create up to a 5 percent decrease in operating efficiency. You should have your air conditioning checked, cleaned and serviced at least one time per year. Spring is a great time to do this inspection, with the warmer summer months ahead requiring a well-working AC.

Request your annual HVAC inspection to ensure your heating and air conditioning system is working safely and efficiently. Our team of experts at Air Treatment, Inc., is here to help you achieve ideal climate control.

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