As the season changes and the weather starts to warm up outside, it is time to make sure that your air conditioner is ready to handle the daily use. Ideally, it is best to be proactive with your air conditioner maintenance by scheduling an appointment before the rush of the busy season starts. Our team is here to assist if you are looking for tune-up solutions so that you are ready for the summer season.
Here are a few suggestions that you should follow before turning on your air conditioner this summer:
- Change the Filter: Every HVAC system comes with a filter that is built in to catch dust and particles in the air. If the filter is old or dirty, then it should be replaced before the system is used.
- Look for Wear and Tear: Ductwork or vents might have a little wear and tear from use over the years. Nothing needs to be done if the damage is minimal. But, it is essential to contact an aircon expert if the damage could impact the performance of the system.
- Inspect the Condenser Unit: This condenser unit needs to be checked for blockages that could impact the function of the air conditioning. Common problems might include debris or leaves that block the components in the system.
- Schedule a Maintenance Appointment: Most homeowners don’t have the experience to identify potential issues with the air conditioning system. A proactive approach with a maintenance appointment is the best way that you can protect your system and ensure the long-term durability of your air conditioning.
It can be a challenge to keep up with the maintenance tasks that need to be completed in your home. You don’t need to carry these responsibilities without support. Our team is here to assist with all types of home air conditioning and heat pump systems.
Call us at Comfy Kiwi Homes to learn more about the services that are offered. We are working hard to maintain the reputation as the best team for air conditioning installation and repair here in the in Auckland area. Additionally, we are here to help with heat pumps and other types of HVAC systems.