Whew, what a winter! Warmer days are starting to break through. Soon, we’ll face sweltering temperatures and dousing humidity. Is your air conditioner up to the task?
Typically, as soon as temperatures begin reaching seventy degrees Fahrenheit, it’s time to make sure your AC unit is in proper working order. Go ahead and flip it on for about 10-15 minutes. We’ll wait.
Great, you’re back! Did you hear any strange noises or other malfunctions? Even strange smells could indicate that something is amiss. If so, you should schedule a service and inspection appointment soon (before you’re left in a puddle this summer!).
John Waters Heating and Cooling will inspect and service your HVAC system to ensure it is in proper working order, replace any malfunctioning parts, and uncover potential maintenance issues before they become costly, uncomfortable problems this summer.
Now is also a good time to replace your filters, clear debris around the vents, exhaust, and main unit, and replace the batteries in your thermostat. If you don’t have a programmable thermostat, the mild spring season may be a good time to invest in one. Programmable thermostats make it easy and convenient to keep your home cool and comfortable while keeping your cooling bills manageable all summer long. John Waters Heating and Cooling technicians can recommend the best programmable thermostat for your needs, whether you’re looking for a basic, cost-effective option or a more tech-advanced model that connects to your home’s WiFi for easy remote access.
This is also a good time to consider entering into a service agreement. John Waters Heating and Cooling service agreements will not only save you money in the event of a catastrophic breakdown, they’ll help prevent them altogether. We offer two service agreement options that include regular inspections, maintenance, and emergency services for an affordable subscription that won’t leave you with sticker shock when breakdowns happen.
Contact us at 502-896-0850 to schedule an inspection or learn more about our service agreement options.