Steps to follow before turning on the central air conditioning

Thanks to global warming, for the past two years we have not experienced spring or fall.

We have had to endure changes in temperature from 0 to 100 within hours. During these periods we were forced to swiftly change from our warm cozy furnaces to the calming breeze of our AC unit. It appears this year things are going to be different as spring is already with us and we also look forward to summer after the brutal winter we have just experienced. There are several steps to follow before turning on your central air conditioning this summer. You will begin with your digital thermostat set to ‘off’ while the temperature is 80 degrees. The next step would be checking for leaks or blockage on the air ducts then you should clean the washable filter. The changing of an air cleaner should be done every three months or before every start of heating or cooling season. It is important to ensure that the electric connections of the HVAC system are turned on then power on the unit. For an outdoor unit, the first step is to ensure that there is a HVAC service plan done by a certified cooling representative and if aged, then make plans to acquire a new one from the local business. If it still has some life left in it, then check for wear and tear on the quality HVAC equipment. To help keep your energy cost low during spring you can install the indoor air cleaning system to provide air purification help to the home. There are many new contractors in the cooling industry that can provide assistance for a unit that won’t turn on or reposition the outside unit.

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