Early Fall Issues Your HVAC System Might Encounter

It’s that time of year when everyone enjoys crisp air and relief from the summer heat. That means your home’s heating system also needs to be ready for the chilly weather. Avoiding HVAC system issues early in the season will help you save money on costly repair bills and increased utility bill expenses. Comfort Pro Heating & Air Conditioning is happy to provide you with some DIY tips and a tune-up to help your system run safely and at an optimal performance this fall.

Simple Tips to Save Time and Money

Checking the external and internal HVAC components of your heating system by ensuring no debris is present will help prevent clogs. With unnecessary blockages, the system will strain when operating and might not even work at all. Leaves and any bushes that may be in the way should be removed with about two feet of clearance allotted for the unit.

Check the air filter and replace it if it hasn’t been changed within the lifespan of that filter. Every 30 days is a good rule of thumb to ensure clean air that’s free of unnecessary pollutants and allergens.

If you need duct cleaning, it’s a great time to schedule service. You may notice a slight odor when initially starting your system for the season. If the odor doesn’t clear or if you hear noises, you should schedule service with Comfort Pro Heating & Air Conditioning at once.

Comfort Pro Heating & Air Conditioning Can Service Your HVAC Unit

For almost 20 years, Comfort Pro Heating & Air Conditioning has been providing heating and air conditioning services for Reading-area residents and businesses. We also provide new construction services and geothermal contracting services. Whether you need furnace installation, duct cleaning, repairs, or maintenance this fall, we’ll be able to help.

We offer you transparency in our pricing and emergency repair service when you need us. Stay warm all season long with Comfort Pro Heating & Air Conditioning by getting in touch with us today for your HVAC needs.

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