Spring has sprung; which means it’s time to pull out your spring checklist for maintaining your commercial HVAC The temperature is still cool enough some days that some people may find their homes a bit too cold for comfort. If this is the case for you, the first thought that may come to mind is to switch on your heat pump – no questions asked.
Don’t touch the thermostat dial yet, however especially if it’s been awhile since your last heat pump or furnace repair. If you’re making any of the following mistakes in your home, make sure that you contact Air Pro Inc. today.
Your Thermostat Is Old
An old, inefficient thermostat will negatively affect your home in many ways. Just switching over to a programmable thermostat will help you save money, but switching to a smart thermostat will also help increase the comfort of your home by leaps and bounds. If it’s cost savings you’re looking for to meet your personal needs, make sure that you contact the professionals to check out your options.
You’ve Avoided Maintenance
Have you avoided regular maintenance of your home’s heat pump? This is understandable. You may even have set up a reminder to schedule an appointment to have your heat pump innspected but put it off for some reason. Having a professional air conditioning contractor check all the parts in your home instead of doing it on your own will help you save money on your energy bills.
Your Indoor Air Quality Is Low
Do you cough or sneeze all year ’round? This is one of the big problems that can affect your home cooling’s quality. Your home deserves good indoor air quality, as this is the foundation for home cooling. You can contact our team to find out more about indoor air quality options. We understand that every home is different, even though we’re all in the same general area. We provide duct cleaning, duct sealing, duct repair and HVAC repair services.
You’re Not Using Your Ceiling Fans
Your ceiling fans can be a big help in cooling your home.They help your heat pump or air conditioner by circulating cool air around your rooms. It’s essential to note that ceiling fans cannot lower the temperature of your room; they just make it seem cooler by producing a wind chill effect that gives you relief.
To keep your heat pump in good shape and get access to multiple HVAC options, contact Air Pro Inc. today at (505) 300-5900, or fill out our online contact form. We offer preventive maintenance, air conditioning repair service and heat pump repair.