End of Summer Maintenance

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Performing maintenance on your air conditioner is always important in helping to boost its efficiency and lifespan. Taking the additional time to do end-of-summer maintenance is always well worth the effort. Following a few tips can make a difference in the performance of your AC system and help save you money over time.

Here are a few things to remember while you are doing end-of-summer maintenance for your air conditioner.

Clean Around Your Unit

One of the first things to do is to clean around your outdoor AC unit. Clearing out weeds and tall grass is essential in allowing your system to operate without overheating. Doing this type of yard work will also limit the amount of debris in your system. The general recommendation is to leave at least 24 inches of clearance to the nearest shrub or fence to avoid any problems.

Replace Your Air Filter

A lot of people make the mistake of not replacing their air filters often enough. However, a dirty air filter causes your system to work a lot harder, which creates a higher utility bill each month. It also puts more wear and tear on your system, which can be expensive to replace. Replacing your air filter near the end of summer is always a good idea, as you should switch out your filter every couple of months.

Set Up an Inspection

One way to stay proactive near the end of summer is to schedule an HVAC inspection. These air conditioning professionals will check out your entire system to ensure everything is working at an optimal level without any problems. Scheduling these inspection services twice a year is an excellent way to avoid many problems and save you a lot of stress.

Arctic Air of Southern Utah offers HVAC services for customers throughout St. George and the surrounding areas. We also provide other services, such as ductwork installation, indoor air quality control, and maintenance services. Feel free to give Arctic Air of Southern Utah a phone call today to learn more!

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