Prolong the Life of Your Air Conditioning System with Preventative Maintenance

by | Dec 24, 2018 | Plumbing

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While most people are used to the amount an air conditioning unit can run up their energy bill, not everyone realizes that those fees could be a lot less with some regularly schedule maintenance. Any piece of equipment that has motor whether it’s a car or a central air system is going to need some maintenance eventually. In both cases, the sooner you offer up some tender loving care, the better off you’ll be in terms of money, comfort, and prolonging the life of your investment. Without preventative actions, you can easily go from cool as a cucumber to frustratingly overheated in a matter of hours.

Air Conditioning Experts Can Help Improve Your System’s Performance

Many skeptics believe that preventative maintenance schedules are unnecessary or frivolous. However, professionals in the HVAC industry actually perform a wide variety of detailed inspections to ensure your system runs like new. This is to include; calibrating thermostats, testing motor power, ensuring fluids levels are satisfactory, as well as performing electrical inspections to name a few. All of which require the proper tools, materials, and level of experience not known or available to the general public. Which means if you can’t remember the last time you’ve had your system inspected, its performance is probably leaving a lot to be desired.

Save Energy and Money with Routine Maintenance

An ill kempt air conditioning unit can waste loads of energy while performing moderately at best. In fact, a unit in need of maintenance or repair can cost you anywhere from 30% to 50% more in utilities. If you consider how much you spend in utilities a month and compare that to the cost of a yearly maintenance contract with a company like Direct Service, you can easily see the financial gains to be had. If you are interested in preventative maintenance or AC repair in Ennis, TX area contact the professionals at Direct Service Company today.

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