You save money if you keep up the general maintenance and functionality of your HVAC system. With summer upon us here in Colorado, now is the best time to have your air conditioning units inspected. Like all things in life, your HVAC system’s components will wear down over time. The earlier you take care of any warning signs that your HVAC system has a problem the more cost-effective and longer-lasting your HVAC system will be.
According to Farmers Almanac, Colorado will be experiencing warmer than average summers, and with more people now working from home due to the outbreak of the corona-virus, the more people are going to wish they had air conditioning. As we all know, with warmer than average temperature and less precipitation, it’s more likely there will be wildfires. HVAC systems not only keep you cool, but they also filter and circulate the air of your home. This includes helping to filter out wildfire smoke which can cause serious breathing problems for people with asthma or emphysema. That’s why, while you’re waiting for our HVAC team to come out and inspect or repair your air conditioning system, it’s vital that you check the air filter of your air conditioning unit. The filter of an air conditioning unit should be replaced every couple of months, or when they are visibility dirty.
Air conditioning during the summer is not only paramount for cool and higher air quality but it also helps to ensure the safety of your home. If you don’t have air conditioning, you typically rely on the wind blowing through the windows of your house to keep cool fresh air. Although with the need to keep your windows open to keep your house cool, the likelihood of someone breaking into your house through an open window is higher. Keep you and your family safe by keeping your home’s windows closed to keep burglars out, and keep the cool air in.
With the above-average temperatures this summer, and most people now working from home on their electronics, there are increased odds of those electronics overheating. We all know the feeling of something going wrong with your electronics while you’re in the middle of something important, it’s not fun. Now more than ever, households have more electronic devices running than at any time throughout history. The more electronic devices you have running in your home, the more heat they generate, which causes your at-home workspace to heat up. An overly hot environment can be nearly unbearable to focus and work in, especially if your electronics are also over-heating. Air conditioning is going to be vital this summer, to keep your work efficient and help improve the quality of your life. By ensuring your HVAC system is in full functioning condition, you will ensure the energy efficiency of your HVAC system, which will help cut down on carbon emissions, keeping our beautiful landscape and air quality cleaner here in beautiful Colorado. Springtime is the best time to have your HVAC systems inspected, tested, cleaned, and adjusted before the heat waves start rolling into the Front Range.