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How to Prepare Your AC for Summer

Last updated 6 years ago

When the warmer months come around, you don't want to find out that your air conditioner needs repair. Especially here in San Antonio, AC repair should a part of your spring cleaning check list. That way you'll be ready to go when the heat wave begins. Let's take a look at how you can get your air conditioner and your home ready for summer.

Change Your Filter

Just like you get an oil and filter change on your car, your AC should have its filter changed every two or three months, and the filter should be cleaned about every month. The filter collects all of the impurities which your air conditioning system removes from the air in your home, so make sure your filter stays clean so it can continue to do its job.

Schedule Frequent Check-Ups

It's a good idea to have your air conditioner checked out for regular maintenance and minor repairs. These preventative services do wonders in helping to avoid costly replacements. Catching a problem in its infancy reduces the risk that your necessary repairs will be costly and inconvenient.

Evaluate Your Home

Your air conditioning is one part of your home's system, but don’t neglect the insulation around your house, the ducts designed to distribute conditioned air, the filters to help clean the air you breathe, and an HVAC system that removes the humidity from the air! The best way to make sure your house is clean, cool, and comfortable is to get a home evaluation. Improving your home’s general efficiency is also a great way to save money.

At Jon Wayne Heating and Air Conditioning, our certified technicians can get your air conditioning system all set for summer. We can also perform home evaluations if you're looking to maximize your home's comfort, efficiency, and air quality. Call us at (210) 591-7847 or visit our website for your free quote.

 

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