Let’s get out the rakes and leaf blowers, the leaves will be falling soon. Besides that, let’s take a look at whether the furnace and central air conditioners need some attention during this change of season.
Here’s a few items that can be done along with that fall yard cleanup:
- Central Air Unit. Pay heed to whether leaves, dirt and grass clippings have accumulated around your outside unit. If they have, take the proper time to clean around your unit and wash off any dirt and residue from your unit. Note: This should be completed while the unit is not operating, for safety’s sake.
- Tubing. Many modern heating and air units will have PVC tubing protruding from the home. Change of seasons are a good time to habitually check these for blockage, debris, etc.
- Furnace. Take a look at the age and overall condition of your unit. Is it time for a new furnace, has technology left your furnace behind? If so, give us a call to help match a new unit with your needs. Ask about recent innovations that can vastly improve your home’s air quality.
- Age of your units. How old is your furnace and/or central air conditioning unit? If you’ve noticed more frequent maintenance and repairs required, then a decision needs to be made. This is where a phone call comes in handy. Give us call to discuss your home heating, cooling and air quality needs.
Replacing a unit during the fall usually lands to your advantage as the weather is mild enough not to warrant heating or cooling the home.
Call us!! Our qualified staff can come onsite for preventative maintenance and a tune-up for your home’s heating, cooling and air systems. Worth every penny, as you now have us onsite to address the health and lifespan of your system. When scheduling, make sure to ask about our ‘Peace of Mind’ Program, where you can have us back at regular intervals at a substantial savings.
Don’t have time for the fall checklist? Give us a ring at Healthy Home Heating and Cooling, we’ll do it all (except for the leaf raking).