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3 HVAC Maintenance Tips

Everyone wants to get the very best performance that his or her HVAC system has to offer. In order to attain its peak performance and efficiency levels, your HVAC system must be expertly maintained and tuned up by a trained professional. You can ensure that this is the case by scheduling your HVAC maintenance services in Clovis, CA with the pros on our staff. Not only do we have the tools and systems necessary to guarantee that your heater or air conditioner is in the finest shape possible, but we have the experience and knowledge required to make these assessments accurately. Contact Donald P. Dick Air Conditioning today to schedule your HVAC maintenance with a professional technician that you can trust. 

Schedule Maintenance Annually

The amount of time that you run your heater or air conditioner may vary from year to year. Just because we may have an even milder winter season than average, though, doesn’t mean that you can afford to skip routine heating maintenance that year. The same is true of our summers. They’re always intensely hot, but you may not run your AC with the same regularity every year. Regardless of how much you may use your equipment throughout any given season, you must still schedule maintenance on an annual basis.

Schedule Maintenance in Off Seasons

You don’t want to hire a technician to complete necessary air conditioning maintenance services during the hottest time of the year. It is much better to schedule maintenance during the off season. First of all, you won’t have to stop running your HVAC system just to accommodate the service, meaning that your comfort won’t be put on the back burner. Secondly, scheduling service during peak times of the year may mean a longer wait than you’d prefer to have a technician out.

Do Your Part

You cannot, and should not, maintain or attempt to maintain your HVAC system on your own. This is a job for trained professionals only. That being said, you can certainly do a few things to help keep your system in fine working condition. Keep outdoor units free of debris, for instance, and change your air filters as recommended. That way, you can help to keep your system running properly.