Granbury Trane Dealer, Glenn-Aire, Shares Tips For Your H.V.A.C. Unit.
We all depend on our H.V.A.C.’s to keep our homes and businesses cool in the summer & cozy during the winter. Because of their importance, here are a few things to keep in mind about your unit:
- Pre-season Maintenance Is Best:
When winter is on its way, it’s smart to have the heating system serviced before the first snowfall. Many homeowners may space this out until the snowstorms hit & the temperatures have dropped to freezing. If there are any problems with your unit, it will be difficult to get a technician out rapidly. That’s because there are a number of other home and business owners dealing with the same situation. They forget to service their units, and when the temperature drops, they realize their heater won’t work. In these cases, some people are forced to stay with friends or check into a hotel in order to just stay warm. And the summer is no different when it comes to being uncomfortable in the extreme weather.
- Cleaning Your Outside System:
Free-standing units, which are housed outside, can easily become filthy with all the dust and debris. Dirt can find its way into the mechanisms & cause an unfortunate breakdown. Keep dirt, leaves, tree branches & other debris cleared away.
One of the easiest ways to keep the H.V.A.C. working efficiently is by changing the filters every month. It’s best to have a supply & perform the task like clockwork at a designated time, such as every time you pay rent or your mortgage. When your heater starts up, you’ll be thankful you did this easy task. The air in the home will be cleaner & the heater will last longer, running more efficiently with less cost.
- Air Flow:
Proper air flow is essential in order to keep ventilation in top shape. Take a quick look and make sure nothing is blocking the vents.
Granbury Trane Dealer, Glenn-Aire was established in 1975 as a sole proprietorship by Glenn D. Cornelius & 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 & turned over the helm to Jeff McKenzie.