The air quality inside your home is greatly affected by the condition of your HVAC system. Furthermore, if your system is not maintained regularly, it can accumulate dust and other debris causing it to work harder and therefore increase your energy bill. According to The Environmental Protection Agency, the air inside your home can often be more polluted than the air outdoors.

This can pose a threat to your overall health and well-being. Symptoms such as difficulty breathing, coughing and sneezing, asthma, and headaches can develop due to poor indoor air quality. When you join an HVAC maintenance program you can prevent costly repairs or replacement and boost the air quality inside your home.

Reduced Energy Costs

You can reduce your energy bill significantly when you have an HVAC system that is regularly maintained. Excessive dust and other airborne particles such as VOCs (volatile organic compounds), tobacco smoke, mold or fungi, glues and disinfectants, perfumes and pesticides can make your system work harder.

If your energy bill is too high, your HVAC system could be to blame. Regular system maintenance ensures that your system is working properly and keep your energy costs to a minimum.

Dust in Your Home

Dust and other toxic particles in the air will force your HVAC system to work harder than usual. This will mean high energy costs for you. Excessive dust will block ducts and impede HVAC performance.

This can result in unhealthy. Air ducts should be cleaned regularly to prevent potential health risks. With every HVAC tune-up, your air ducts receive a thorough inspection and cleaning.

Regular HVAC Maintenance Is Important

Your HVAC system is not unlike your car. They are both valuable assets that you want to keep in good condition for as long as you own them. With an HVAC maintenance program, you can avoid costly HVAC repairs and any unexpected surprises.

Regular maintenance will keep the system running smoothly year-round, as well as improve your indoor air quality. Your home will feel comfortable year-round, and your health and that of your loved ones will be greatly improved.

There are no shortcuts. The best way to prolong the life of your HVAC system is by having an HVAC maintenance plan.
Joining an HVAC maintenance program has its perks, like:

  • Comprehensive annual tune-ups
  • Exclusive discounts,
  • Priority Scheduling

Every HVAC tune-up will include the following:

  • Furnace inspection
  • Air conditioner inspection
  • Check levels and pressures
  • Check capacitors
  • Rinse condenser coil
  • Inspection of lines
  • Check filters
  • Inspect blower motor
  • Inspect wiring, amps, voltage
  • Inspect breakers
  • Priority Service
  • Inspect and clean the¬†flame sensor
  • Check gas pressure
  • Inspect burner operation
  • Inspect for rust and damage
  • Check for carbon monoxide leaks
  • Check fuel pipe connection
  • Test and calibrate your¬†thermostat
  • The unit is reassembled
  • Check system for proper cooling

You can improve the air quality inside your home and reduce your energy bill by joining an HVAC system maintenance program. Enjoy peace of mind year-round knowing that your HVAC system is running properly. Give TR Miller Heating & Cooling a call today!

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