Learn more about how maintaining your HVAC can extend the life of your residential or commercial HVAC unit, save you money, and improve your indoor air quality in this article by Victory Heating & Air. How much would it cost to replace your HVAC unit? What would you say if you knew that regular maintenance of your current HVAC unit would likely prolong its life, thus pushing back its replacement. How much money would you save each month if your HVAC system ran at peak efficiency? Would changing the filters in your HVAC cause you to sleep better at night, and breath easier in the daytime? The answer is likely yes to both questions.
Routine Maintenance and Wear and Tear
Apple Valley and the High Desert can be windy. When the winds blow across the desert, they lift up the tiny particles of dust and sand and move them right over towns. Your HVAC system sucks up grit and grime, and if you are lucky the filter in your system catches most of the sand and dust. Cleaning your filters on a regular basis does a lot for you, your family, and your HVAC system.
Another consideration with all of that sand is that the moving parts in your HVAC system wear out more quickly if sand gets into the joints or seams. Cleaning out the system helps to reduce wear and tear and can save your system from major repairs. Routine maintenance helps prevent wear and tear and can save Hesperia property owners thousands of dollars in premature HVAC installation costs.
Routine Maintenance and Saving Money
Heating and cooling your home becomes more expensive if your HVAC system is not running at peak efficiency. Older units can be a real energy hog and will drive up your monthly utility bill. In some cases, it pays to get a new system and in other cases it may benefit you to have your system tuned up instead of replacing it. Another way to save money on your heating and cooling costs is to change the filters on your HVAC system regularly. A clean filter helps your system run at peak efficiency. Routine maintenance also helps to recognize small problems before they become major repairs. If you have not had your HVAC system inspected recently, it is in your best interest to do so. Call Victory Heating & Air today.
Improving the Indoor Air Quality of Your Home
If you are concerned about the quality of the air inside of your home, then consider upgrading the filter to a denser material. Some filters are rated to stop dust. If you’d like more information about which filter is right for your system, just call Victory Heating & Air and talk with one of our HVAC technicians. There are plenty of filter options available for your system.