As the temperatures continue to dip, it’s time to face the harsh reality that the cold weather is here to stay. For most, you’ve likely already turned your furnace on for the season as the nightly temperatures drop into the single digits, while others have been holding out until the very last moment. No matter whether you’ve turned your furnace on or not, it is a known fact that performing safe, yearly preventative heater maintenance on your heating system is of great importance to guarantee your home stays warm all winter.
If you find yourself asking “what should I do to get my heater ready for winter?” we have some tips to help you better prepare your home and heating system for the fast approaching frigid weather!
It’s easy to forget about all the hard work that your A/C unit put in over the summer as it transitions to fall. You stop turning it on every day, and suddenly it’s as though it didn’t help ensure you didn’t die of heat stroke on many occasions over the last few months. Hey, we get it. But you’re here now, and Action Mechanical wants to make sure you do the right thing, and give that A/C the maintenance it deserves for keeping you cool all summer. Follow these quick and easy tips, and it’ll be ready to crank out the cool air come next spring and summer.
If the year 2020 has taught us anything thus far, it’s that we could all use a little reassurance of our own personal safety. There is no more obvious place to start than by ensuring that the air we breathe is clean, free of pathogens, and safe for ourselves, our friends and colleagues, and our families. It’s quite literally our most valuable asset. So how can we protect it?
The dog days of summer are upon us, making adequate air conditioning at home and work crucial in maintaining a comfortable, healthy environment. With your air conditioner working overtime to keep you nice and cool, and accumulating wear and tear in the process, it is normal that it might experience issues here and there. However, there are some easy air conditioner repairs you can make that will fix those little problems so you can escape the heat.
Indoor air quality is always important, as poor air quality can cause an array of health issues including chronic headaches, fatigue and respiratory issues. However, with many of us staying at home more, protecting you and your family by ensuring you have great air quality is even more critical. Luckily, there are some simple HVAC maintenance tasks you can complete to keep contaminants out of your air and improve your home’s air quality. Breathe easier by following these tips:
Spring time is creeping into the Black Hills, and with it comes warmer weather and the thought of summer days following quickly behind. Before we know it, it’ll be time to set our A/C units on auto to make sure we come home to comfort during the heat of the summer. Is your air conditioning unit ready for the task of keeping you cool?
Experts, including ourselves, recommend getting your air conditioner inspected at least once a year. We would recommend doing this twice, once before summer, and once again before shutting it down for the fall, but if you’re only able to commit to once, then spring is that time.