Granbury TX AC Repair Company, Glenn-Aire On How To Maximize The Efficiency Of Your H.V.A.C.
Your heating & cooling system was created for simple tasks: to keep you warm during the winter & cool in summer. For your H.V.A.C. system to work effectively though, you have to do your part to maintain & preserve the system by schedueling bi-annual service check ups: once before the summer heat begins and another before winter comes.
It takes more than a state-of-the-art H.V.A.C. system installed for it to run well. It requires proper maintenance by a licensed/certified H.V.A.C. service provider, like the ones from Glenn-Aire. Modern day H.V.A.C. units have been designed to use as little energy as possible while providing your home with all the necessary heating & cooling controls. With this efficiency, there’s been an increase in the complexity of the systems. Rising energy expenses & an effort to create “green” home appliances has caused H.V.A.C. system manufacturers to revamp & upgrade models so that they function with ease & cost less. It’s great news for those who desire to spend less on their energy expenses & minimizing their c02 emission. Nevertheless, the owner should assure that the system is maintained for optimum effectiveness:
Part of a proper maintenance schedule will be having a clean filter system. Filters should be changed regularly to ensure the optimum performance in achieving the perfect temperature.
While R22 Freon was has been the standard for quite some time, R410A has shown to become a far more efficient coolent.
Trouble shooting the difficulties, together with the refrigerant, should only be performed by an expert H.V.A.C. company and it’s technicians because it involves utilizing dangerous substances and complex systems. Contact Glenn-Aire today to start on your bi-annual inspection for your H.V.A.C. system.
Granbury TX AC Repair 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.