When we think of Spring, our mind usually goes to a few key things. Beautiful flowers, warmer weather, and, of course, Spring Cleaning. In the midst of dusting your home, clearing out the closets, and firing up the grill, you’ll also be turning on your outdoor air conditioning unit for the first time in a while. Schedule your Spring HVAC maintenance early on because – trust us – you don’t want the surprise with a broken AC unit on the first 80° day of the year.

Aside from making sure you’re not stuck in the heat, here are three big reasons to do a Spring HVAC Maintenace.

There’s No Time Like the Present

Don’t wait until something goes wrong to schedule your Spring HVAC maintenance. The longer you put it off, the more likely it is that you will end up with a problem.

Remember: you don’t have to wait for the professionals to perform basic maintenance tasks. While waiting for the professional inspection, you can change your air filters, clear the drainage hole, and tidy up around your unit. All of these things help keep it running as it should and prepare it for the long summer months.

Keep Your Home Comfortable

It’s bad to be cold in the winter. But, here in Virginia, having your house too hot in the summer is almost unbearable. At least in winter, you can put on more layers. There’s nothing much you can do if it’s 80° and you’re already in shorts and a t-shirt.

Hot temperatures without air conditioning don’t just make you uncomfortable. They also raise tempers, make every chore so much harder to do, and generally everyone a really bad day. No one likes those kinds of days.

You can eliminate almost all chances of them by having your system checked before it gets too hot.

Save Money

Any air conditioning issues you can name will be more expensive to fix if they are allowed to sit there than if they had been caught early. Seriously, can anyone think of a problem that got simpler and less costly with time?

If you ignore the problems long enough, you might end up with that nightmare scenario of air conditioners: the burnt-out compressor.

Preventive maintenance is always the most economical way in the long run. Get that inspection done now while the weather is pleasant, and you can thank yourself later in the summer when nothing goes wrong.

Schedule Your Spring HVAC Maintenance

Twin Air in Manassas is here to help with all your heating and air conditioning needs in the Northern Virginia area. Our Spring HVAC Maintenance can give you peace of mind this summer knowing your system is in good working order. Call us at (703) 754-1062 or reach out to us on our website.

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