Clear Around the Outdoor Air Conditioning Unit

Two Bass Air Conditioning Co. technicians installing a Goodman air conditioner unit outside of a customers home

As you welcome the spring season, you may perform a few cleaning tasks to get your home ready. While doing so, don’t forget to prepare your air conditioning system for the warmer temperatures as well. Here’s how to get your AC system ready for the cooling season in Fayetteville, North Carolina:

Clear Around the Outdoor Unit

The winter winds can blow around leaves and yard debris. Therefore, it’s important to take a closer look at the outdoor unit of your AC system. This unit contains the compressor, which is one of the most critical components in the system. Remove any leaves that may be stuck in the housing of the unit, and spray it down with a hose to remove dirt and grime. Trim back any shrubs or plants that are too close to the unit.

Schedule Preventive HVAC Maintenance

Your HVAC system needs regular maintenance to operate at peak efficiency. The start of the spring season is the ideal time to schedule a tune-up for your air conditioner. The HVAC service technician will inspect all the components of the unit and test its ability to cool the home. If anything isn’t working properly or has worn out, they can perform the necessary repairs. As a result, you’ll avoid breakdowns in the middle of summer.

Complete Home Cleaning Tasks

You can perform a few simple tasks inside your home to get your air conditioner ready for the cooling season. Start by removing any clutter that may be accumulating dust, which can recirculate in your home. Use a vacuum outfitted with a soft brush attachment to clean the vents and registers. You should also change the filter at the start of spring. As a result, you’ll help maintain energy efficiency and healthy indoor air quality.

Bass Air Conditioning Company can help you prepare for the hot months ahead with routine maintenance . Contact us to make sure your AC system is ready for the cooling season.

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