It’s Daylight Savings Time again! Along with moving your clocks up one hour, it’s also time to check those seasonal home maintenance tasks off the list.
Remember the importance of these home safety and effciency tips:
Test Carbon Monoxide Detectors & Smoke Detectors
Even though the furnace will be used less moving into spring and summer, it’s still important to keep these devices ready in the unfortunate situation of a CO leak or a fire in your home. Checking your carbon monoxide and smoke detectors and making sure they are in working condition and changing the batteries will make sure your family stays safe.
Check Your HVAC Furnace Filter
Your furnace filter is a very important part of the HVAC system, and winter weather can take a toll on it. Change or clean your air filter to start out spring and to help reduce allergens during the season. Check the air filter regularly; the filter should be changed/cleaned once a month to keep your system from overworking and keep it in great condition.
Clean Around Outdoor A/C Unit
There’s a chance that your outdoor air conditioning unit has some branches, leaves and other outside debris from fall and winter season. Make sure to clean the debris out so you have nothing blocking or preventing your cooling system from working the best it can.
Schedule An Air Conditioner Tune-Up
Daylight Savings Time is the indicator that Spring is coming! Get ahead of the demand, and schedule a cooling system tune-up today. We will make sure that we help get your air conditioner back to factory standards. Our technicians are also able to identify any concerns with operation prior to the cooling season, which allows you the opportunity to prevent a bigger, untimely issue from occurring in the upcoming summer months.
Ready to tackle your Daylight Savings Time home maintenance list? Let our team at Logan A/C & Heat Services know if we can help with your Spring air conditioner preparation!
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