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air-conditioner-maintenanceAlthough it’s still winter and there’s still snow on the ground, it’s time to start thinking about your A/C. You don’t want to be caught off guard when warmer temperatures arise, so plan ahead and be proactive with your air conditioning maintenance.

As a homeowner, the first thing you can do is check for any leaks in the hoses. If you discover any leaks, give your air conditioning specialist a heads up so they can catch any issues. You should also make sure your outside compressor is free of any debris and is kept clean throughout the year. You may also want to consider purchasing a cover for next winter.

Being proactive with maintaining your cooling system will keep your cooling system running as efficiently and effectively as possible. Winter is the perfect time to schedule a preseason check up. Here’s why:

  • Opportunity to identify any issues that hinder your system from working properly
  • Make small repairs before they become a larger issue
  • Healthier indoor environment and safer running equipment
  • Longer lasting system

We know the last thing you want when the temperature rises is to discover you’re going to need an entirely new air conditioner. Avoid this fate by maintaining your equipment now.

You are also going to want to have your air ducts examined and cleaned. This standard maintenance may seem like a low priority now, but this will save you money and any future hassle. Most of these maintenance procedures are going to need to be done by a professional HVAC mechanic in order to take note of any equipment deficiencies.

Call today to schedule a maintenance visit and give you peace of mind that your home is ready for spring. Call American Duct Cleaning today at (816) 537-0318 in Missouri or (913) 681-9032 in Kansas.

Contact American Duct Cleaning

American Duct Cleaning
2006 W Main
Greenwood, MO 64034

(816) 537-0318
(913) 681-9032

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