To keep your system running efficiently, it must undergo regular AC maintenance by an HVAC professional, like Abbitt HVAC's.
Spring cleaning means it’s the ideal time to clean your home and to get rid of anything that you no longer need and to do a deep clean of your home. It is also a great time to clean your air filter. All of the air that goes through your vents in your home pass through the filter in your HVAC systems and if it is clogged with particles of dirt you will be breathing in many contaminants and irritants. By keeping your filter clean, you will also be reducing the amount of wear and tear on your system.
Several breakthroughs in the heating and cooling industry will make HVAC technology more cost-effective and environmentally friendly than ever before. These methods will work to renew the interaction between the exterior and the interior functions of their units. Companies are gradually finding new ways to monitor these systems, optimize dehumidification functions, and minimize heat loss. Much of the innovations will be less noisy and run more smoothly with computerized thermostats that are also easier to operate with a touchscreen.
Air ducts are probably the most taken for granted aspects of a Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) system. The reason for this is more attention is given to the major heating, and cooling types of equipment since these are the key elements that contribute to the better temperatures of a person’s home.
When looking at air conditioning equipment, whether you are putting in a brand new HVAC system for the first time or are replacing an older setup, you undoubtedly will run across the term SEER in the marketing materials and equipment descriptions.
In case you’re not familiar with SEER, you should know that it stands for Seasonal Energy Efficiency Ratio. It’s important for business owners and homeowners to have an understanding of what SEER ratings are and what they have to do with their air conditioning system.
Now that summer’s here, you want to be sure your air conditioner is working at peak performance so you aren’t without its services on hot days. If you haven’t already done so, it’s time to schedule your summer AC tuneup for two main reasons: to ensure your unit is ready to work hard all summer and to prevent major problems from cropping up later that could cost you much more than mere maintenance. Abbitt HVAC offers a variety of maintenance plans to suit your schedule and budget.