Yes, it’s finally happening! Temperatures in the Phoenix metro are finally cooling down. Soon, it will be time to turn off the air conditioning and even flip the thermostat to “heat” as morning and evening temperatures begin to dip. It’s the best time to get your HVAC system ready for the fall and winter months. Here’s your list to get started.
Lower night time temperatures will keep it much cooler in your house. Go ahead and turn your air conditioning temperature setting up a few degrees or set the temperature for what feels comfortable for you and your family. You’ll definitely save money over what you’ve been spending on utility bills throughout this hot, sticky monsoon summer. If you’re getting too chilly in the evenings or early morning hours, pull out an extra blanket or grab a comforter, turn off ceiling fans in occupied rooms, and close windows and sliding glass doors.
Air Filter Replacement
Summer dust storms wreak havoc on your HVAC system. Your air filter likely is loaded with dust, dirt, and debris. Simply change out the old filter with a new filter to breathe cleaner indoor air.
HVAC Outdoor Unit Cleanse
While summer winds and rain are mostly over, you may continue to see monsoon thunderstorm impact around your exterior air conditioning unit. Take a few minutes and clear away vegetation, debris, tree limbs, leaves, and other obstructions that could potentially interfere with your HVAC system’s blower and evaporator coils.
HVAC Maintenance Call
Regularly servicing your air conditioner, heater, and ductwork can add years to your HVAC system lifespan, as well as improve your indoor air quality. While many homeowners get tune-ups on their air conditioners before the hot summer months begin, far fewer take the time to schedule a late summer or early autumn maintenance check to ensure their heat pump or furnace is working as it should be. This can be a costly mistake that can leave you in the cold when you need heat.
Call Bruce’s Air Conditioning & Heating today to schedule your system tune-up. As a leader in preventive maintenance plans for residential property owners, we encourage you to call our experienced technicians to learn more about how to keep your HVAC system working efficiently for as long as possible. Call us now at 480-968-5652. Reasonable rates. High quality work. Outstanding service.