A Mid-Year HVAC Precision Tune-Up is Crucial to Solid Performance

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Don’t get caught off guard this summer! Be prepared by scheduling a mid-year HVAC precision tune-up. Your HVAC unit is one of the hardest working systems in your home. Keep your system in top shape with regular maintenance and cleaning. In fact, regular maintenance can lead to energy cost savings of up to 40%. That’s good for your wallet and your home!

 

What is a Precision Tune-Up?

A quality heating and air company, like J&W Heating and Air, offers regular maintenance for your HVAC system. In fact, our HVAC maintenance for Jacksonville, Florida and the surrounding areas is a critical part of our business. We believe that it’s important to not only properly install a good, quality unit from the start, but to also maintain the unit regularly.

A precision tune-up should include both an inspection and cleaning of your HVAC unit. Key components like the condenser coils, ductwork, coolant levels and air filter are inspected for needed repairs, replacement or adjustments. We offer two convenient Preventative Maintenance Plans that include two cleanings and inspections per year.

 

Benefits of HVAC Maintenance

From increased energy efficiency to extending the life of your unit, HVAC maintenance is a smart investment. You can save money and avoid inconvenience when you stay on top of maintenance issues.

 

1 – Safety

A mid-year precision tune-up helps keep your home operating safely. Did you know that an improperly working gas connection for your heater is a safety hazard? HVAC maintenance includes inspection of your unit to check for cracks and leaks that can lead to the release of hazardous gases like carbon monoxide. In fact, the Center for Disease Control and Prevention recommends HVAC maintenance as part of their checklist to prevent carbon monoxide poisoning. Keep your home safe!

 

2 – Maximize Unit Life

Just like with maintenance for your car, HVAC maintenance helps to extend the life of your unit. The average HVAC unit should last between 15 and 25 years. Help your unit last longer by staying current with preventative maintenance. When your system isn’t working properly, it must work harder to keep the temperature in your home stable. Over time, that extra work decreases the life of your unit. You’ll save money in the long run by not having to replace your unit as quickly if your unit works more efficiently.

 

3 – Avoid Unplanned Repairs

Especially in hot and humid areas like Florida, a properly working air conditioning unit is critical. Don’t let a broken air conditioner ruin your summer. Instead, be proactive. Schedule HVAC maintenance to identify any areas in need of repair before they stop working. In fact, unplanned maintenance during the busy summer season can be difficult to schedule quickly. Also, more damage can occur if your unit breaks, which can cost you more money than repairing worn out or broken parts ahead of time.

 

4 – Increase Energy Efficiency

Air flow problems can reduce energy efficiency by 15%. Also, repairing an improperly working thermostat can lead to energy savings of 40%. Don’t throw money out the window! Tackle the issues causing energy inefficiency by identifying and remedying them with HVAC maintenance. Increased energy efficiency means your home can stay cooler while you save money.

 

5 – Better Air Quality

Poor home air quality can lead to health issues for your family. In fact, indoor air quality is two to five times worse than outdoor air quality. Mold, mildew, dust and other irritants can clog your air filter and ventilation system and be dispersed throughout your home. HVAC preventive maintenance includes cleaning your system and the air filter. Improve your home’s air quality so that you and your family can breathe easier.

 

6 – Prevent Damage to Your Home

When your HVAC system needs repairs, it can actually lead to damage in your home. One type of damage is when a poorly working unit increases your home’s moisture levels causing paint to peel, wood to rot and water buildup on windows. Also, if your condensation drain becomes clogged, costly water damage can occur. When you schedule regular HVAC maintenance, you can identify these issues and prevent unwanted damage to your home.

 

7 – Stay Comfortable

The whole point of having a HVAC system is to keep your home’s temperature comfortable. Whether it’s to be warm in the winter or cool in the summer, you want your system to work properly to maintain a comfortable indoor environment. If your system isn’t regularly maintained, it can’t do its job properly. The most important benefit of regular maintenance is to keep your system working to meet your needs.

 

Schedule Regular Maintenance

While it may seem like one more thing to add to your to-do list, scheduling HVAC maintenance actually can save you time and money while keeping your home at the temperature you desire.

 

Contact J&W Heating and Air to schedule your mid-year precision tune-up today. For added convenience, choose from our two Preventative Maintenance Plans to keep your system up-to-date on maintenance and repairs. We specialize in HVAC maintenance in Jacksonville, Florida and surrounding communities. Let us keep your unit in top shape!

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