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How To Keep Your A/C System Running Efficiently

How To Keep Your A/C System Running Efficiently In Nashville
How To Keep Your A/C System Running Efficiently In Nashville

Treat Your AC Installation wIth the Priority It Deserves

Just like any appliance or piece of equipment, your HVAC system will last longer and perform better with preventative maintenance. By having your system inspected each spring and fall, you can avoid costly repairs and tackle any issues before they turn into major problems.

While you’ll want to leave things like cleaning and performing maintenance on your system’s wiring and mechanisms to the professionals, there are a few things you can take care of yourself to keep your system in tip-top shape:

Remove Debris For Your A/C System

Remove any debris that has fallen on top or around the unit. Removing pollen, leaves, twigs, and grass from your unit each week will go a long way to preventing it from becoming clogged.

Replace Your System's Air Filter Regularly

Replace your filter every 30-60 days. Be sure to check out your filter each month and replace it if clogged.

Give Your A/C System Space to breathe

Maintain two or more feet of clearance around your outdoor units and heat pumps.

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