Just like you need to transition from winter to spring, the same applies to your HVAC system. If your HVAC has been non-operational in the winter months, you should ensure thorough checking before you start using it during the summer months. And the best time to do so is Spring. Here are five quick HVAC tips for transitioning from winter to spring.
If you do not wish to carry out the spring cleaning process on your AC by yourself, make sure that you find a good HVAC company that provides proper and thorough AC inspections and air purification services in your area. After all, a professional will know exactly what to look for, how to troubleshoot any problem, and how to service your AC unit properly. They will also be able to make sure that your AC system is cleaned thoroughly and runs efficiently. These professionals know how to carry out preventive servicing and repair your AC system. Always ensure that you are opting for the right hvac contractor.
Several months of winter may have made your home’s indoor quality suffer a lot. Various particulate matter like dust, allergens, pet dander, etc., has been floating around. Naturally, it is high time that you changed the filters of your AC unit. A fresh air filter will ensure better air quality to circulate within your rooms during spring and summer.
It is only natural that your heating system has constantly been running during the winter months. The ducts and vents in your household, especially in your AC system, would have accumulated a lot of dirt, debris, and particulate matter of various sorts. This should be the right time for spring cleaning the vents and the ducts.
Checking the thermostat
Before you completely Rev up the cooling system, always give your AC unit a test run. This will help you check the thermostat and whether it is properly adjusting the temperature as required and set. If you have not already upgraded to an energy-efficient smart thermostat, this should be the best time to do so.
Clearing the outdoor unit area
The long winter will always mark your property, and your AC unit is no exception. If there is no debris in the area around the outdoor unit of your AC, dust and dirt particles will have accumulated in the entire area and the AC outdoor unit as well. Anything built up around the outdoor unit area needs to be cleared away immediately. After all, spring is the right time for such cleaning processes and transitioning from winter to spring, even for your PC.
You cannot afford to let your HVAC unit go without its annual inspection and spring cleaning. It is also imperative that the indoor air quality also be good. You want the best and healthiest atmosphere and environment that you can give to your family. So, go ahead and make sure you will transition from winter to spring in the best possible ways.