As we prepare ourselves for the weather transitioning from winter to spring, the temperatures can feel very bipolar here in Ohio. At Westerville Air Conditioning & Heating, we are deliberate in our objective to provide you with grade A service that will assist you in discovering confidence along the route to improving your home environment. These things can become tedious, so all homeowners should start doing what they can to help equip their homes for spring and avoid putting themselves through unwarranted stress. As you resume reading, keep in mind that our team is here to support you with any questions or concerns you may have.
Why is Keeping Clean Fans and Windows Necessary?
Ceiling fans can not entrap dust, dander, dirt, or pet hair. Yet, your air conditioner is constantly functioning to filter the air it draws through the unit. We prompt you not to rely on ceiling fans alone; because they often stir up debris, which can diminish the air quality in your home. However, ceiling fans can help you and your family stay cool and comfy when working alongside your AC. It’s easy to ignore the cleanliness of our ceiling fans because we don’t usually see the top of their blades. But, contaminated fan blades do not work efficiently and will likely spread bothersome particles around the room as it rotates. Similarly, keeping clean windows supplies a better working environment for your air conditioner.
Why is Checking Your Ductwork Necessary?
There are three direct reasons why you should inspect your ductwork this spring. The foremost is to affirm that your ductwork is clean. Clean ductwork enhances indoor air quality. Debris that accumulates within your ducts will most likely circulate throughout your home. You don’t want to pollute your air each time your HVAC system turns on. On top of that, unclean ducts can create a dingy aroma within your home and let allergens thrive. Clean vents provide cleaner air, free-from-contamination air blowing into your home. Second, clean ductwork enhances your household’s comfort. If debris blocks the airflow, it can result in your HVAC system becoming fatigued as it works harder to move air throughout your home. Removing blockages enable the air to flow freely through the system and evade unwanted harm to your HVAC equipment. Finally, sealed ductwork means energy saved. As time goes on, ductwork can slip and form cracks and leaks if not cared to properly. Therefore, if you fail to preserve the air your home needs to remain cool, the unreasonable wear and tear on the system will greatly raise your utility bills. Keep in mind by repairing leaks and gaps, it will save energy usage, keep impurities out, and create a more livable environment for you and your home.
Why Is a Service Maintenance Agreement Necessary?
At Westerville Air Conditioning & Heating, we get that life can be distracting by occupying our attention daily. Consequently, things can be left unattended until they become problematic and no longer ignorable. Thus, we want you to know about the Service Maintenance Agreements(SMA) we offer. When done in advance, signing on for maintenance services permits you to receive assistance at special rates. This service plan supplies many rewards for you and your HVAC system: more squeaky-clean indoor air quality, prolonged system life, prevention of deteriorations and damages, lessening of wear and tear, optimization for energy conservation, continuations of warranties, refinement of comfort, and savings on time, money, and amenity. If you are a homeowner desiring to take care of your costly and complex comfort system the way you should, then our service plans are ideal for you and your home!
What Sounds Are Red Flags for My HVAC System?
Initiate a test run for your air conditioners before temperatures and humidity elevate! I can not underline this enough! Issues appear even when we believe our air conditioners have been appropriately stowed away over the winter months. Hence, it is best to examine your AC in the early spring to fix any possible problems sooner than later. The uncommon noises to listen for when identifying an issue with your unit are: banging/clanking, squealing/buzzing, and screaming. A banging or clanking sound typically means something loose or out of harmony in your air conditioner. Before the issue evolves significantly, you should reach out to our Westerville Air Conditioning & Heating whizzes. Squealing and buzzing sounds are indicators of trouble regarding the fan and motor. If you detect a whistling noise that sounds like a scream, it can mean a harmful refrigerant leak or high internal pressure in the AC. Should you hear this sound, shut your system down at once and give us a call! If this appears too stressful, it would be wise to speak with one of our knowledgeable and friendly customer service representatives about our service maintenance agreement. It will benefit your home by remaining as energy-efficient as possible while allowing you to bypass pricey repairs that ultimately could have been avoided with proper care.
When is it Necessary to Upgrade My HVAC System?
If your present system has inadequate levels of ventilation and filtration, it’s a fair indicator of being time to make the change. Fortunately, some HVAC systems have special features to filter allergens, such as pet dander and dust. Most of us are proud pet owners, so this cutting-edge filtration technology would help offset the adverse effects of animal shedding. And, if you or your loved ones struggle with asthma or allergies complications, dust can be a genuine concern to them. Therefore, if you’ve been throwing around upgrading your HVAC system, here is your sign to do it now!
We know it can be frustrating when we ask ourselves the tricky question, “But how much is this going to cost me?” Our team sincerely desires to do what is most practical for the consumer. Feel free to reach out to us so we can better help you in determining what is best for you and your home. While we often concentrate on the financial side of things, we can not overlook the cost of neglecting our health/well-being. We want to educate you and inspire you to find confidence as a homeowner in your decision-making. Times are tough, and we want nothing more than to bring you some ease and delight in your home this spring. Call Westerville Air Conditioning & Heating today at (614) 810-0075, or schedule an appointment online now by clicking here!