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Spring Forward with these HVAC Maintenance Tips

When the warm summer weather hits issues with your HVAC system will be the last thing you want to be worrying about. A properly functioning air conditioning system is essential for summer comfort. These 5 tips will help you prepare your HVAC system for spring.

Schedule a Seasonal Tune-Up
This tip is as simple as making a phone call to an air conditioning repair or installation or heating repair or installation contractor in Wood River, IL and the surrounding area, and scheduling a preventive maintenance appointment. Your system will run more efficiently this spring and summer and will be less likely to break down on a hot summer day.

Air Filter
No need to call an air conditioning repair or installation or heating repair or installation contractor for this easy task. Simply purchase a new air filter and replace the current one. Your air quality and efficiency will be improved by this simple step. Be sure to check your air filter every thirty days during summer use and replace it when needed.

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Download our Spring Home Maintenance Checklist here

spring checklist

Ductwork
Have an air conditioning repair or installation or heating repair or installation contractor test your ductwork for leaks this spring. Having leaks in your ductwork repaired will increase your system’s efficiency and help your HVAC system cool and heat your home more effectively.

Consider an Upgrade
Spring is a great time to have a new air conditioning system installed by an air conditioning repair or installation contractor or heating repair or installation contractor in Wood River, IL and the surrounding area. If your system is old, having it replaced by a new, efficient system will save you money in heating and cooling bills.

A Programmable Thermostat
If you do not have a programmable thermostat, have one installed this spring. You will enjoy better control of the temperature in your home, and possibly lower energy bills since you can set the temperature so that your system runs less when you are not there.

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