Granbury Heating and Cooling Company Glenn-Aire Company gives tips on avoiding system failures.
What do both little kids and plants share in common? Their love for dirt. We grew up playing with it, and now we're breathing it in. Not just inhaling, but paying to breathe in the largest cause of our home's dust and allergy problems.
Sound like an exaggeration? The simple truth is that you are paying to operate your HVAC system, even more now during the peak of summer. But dirt is the #1 cause of system failure -- up to 90% of all failures -- so it stands to reason that dirt may be preventing your system from operating at its best.
Now we are not trying to encourage you to go out and invest in a family set of gas masks. What we are saying, however, is that you may want to consider calling your local Air Conditioning and Heating company.
You see, your system is working hard year round. It is constantly circulating and cooling the air inside your home that keeps your family comfortable. And, just like most everything else, it can get dirty and require cleaning. Similar to changing the oil in your car, you need to regularly schedule maintenance for your HVAC system or else suffer potential system failure.
Before hiring a technician to clean your system, consider the following questions:
- When was your system last cleaned? This needs to be done on a consistent schedule
- Do you live with any pets?
- Do members of your family suffer from burning in the eyes, nose, or throat while they are at home?
- Do you live in a location with high humidity?
- Do you or members of your family suffer from allergies?
System failures caused by dirt can be prevented. You need to call your local AC Repair company to find out how they can assist you. Glenn-Aire company offers this service and more. Glenn-Aire can be reached by calling us at 817-326-5311.
Granbury Heating and Cooling Company Glenn-Aire was established in 1975 as a sole proprietorship by Glenn D. Cornelius and is located in Granbury, Hood County , Texas . The business has operated uninterrupted under the same name since originally formed. In March of 2005, after 30 years, Glenn decided to retire and turned over the helm to Jeff McKenzie.