Though you might not think about your air conditioning system very often, you probably don’t want to live without it. Just like anything else, AC units need to be maintained. If you wait until your equipment shuts off, it’s too late. At that point, you’re likely due for an expensive repair or a complete system replacement. Even after the hottest part of the year has come and gone, getting an AC tune-up is still a good idea.
Maintain Your Air Conditioner’s Warranty
Whether your air conditioning comes from a ductless mini-split or a central HVAC system, replacing an AC unit isn’t cheap. To encourage sales, every domestic air conditioner manufacturer backs up their products with warranties. Unless you’re working with an ancient model, your AC unit is probably covered by such an assurance. However, HVAC warranties normally require routine maintenance. Paying for a tune-up might make the difference between a manufacturer being willing to replace your air conditioner at no cost and you being fresh out of luck.
Prevent Inconvenient and Unexpected Major Expenses
Sudden air conditioning failures can make life miserable. During the peak of summer, HVAC technicians are swamped with service requests. Getting to the front of the line by requesting emergency services could cost a small fortune. Rather than dealing with the stress, inconvenience and discomfort that may result from an unexpected air conditioning outage next year, you should consider investing in an AC tune-up before hot weather.
Smooth Transition Into Winter
Like most people, if your heating comes from a ductless or central HVAC system, arranging for an air conditioning tune-up will also improve your system’s heating. It can enhance your entire system’s energy efficiency, potentially lowering your monthly utility bill.
Considering the benefits of an end-of-season AC tune-up, scheduling one is a smart idea. If you’re anywhere in the Medford or Klamath Falls areas, trust the team from Metal Masters, Inc., to get your HVAC system in great shape. We also install, repair and maintain both commercial and residential HVAC systems, inspect and repair ductwork, install attic insulation, stabilize indoor humidity levels and more. Contact us today to schedule a convenient AC tune-up or any other service.