Fall HVAC Maintenance Part 2
Are you ready to turn on the heat? Nothing worse than dealing with a non-functional heating system during the chilly fall days. So, here are the rest of the tips on how to maintain the HVAC system before fall.
Odd noises are a sign that something is wrong. Often, they are caused by register blockages. If you can’t find the source, you should check with an HVAC professional.
Get ducts inspected
Get ducts inspected mostly after hot and humid summer. Moisture can accumulate in ductwork, and when this happens, it can lead to several problems like Sick Building Syndrome.
Clean the coils
Not only that they can cause system inefficiency, but they can also cause corrosion of the metal coils. Don’t let the dirt sit there over the fall.
Inspect if there are some air leaks
Inspect if there are some air leaks because, during the colder seasons, air leaks can mean an immense energy loss. Door and window frames are often the source of these leaks, but if you need help, call a professional HVAC team to help you find them and make your home more energy-efficient for the cooler weather ahead. To ensure your system remains in good working condition, consider scheduling professional HVAC cleaning at least twice per year, but the best time to do this is in the fall and the spring.