Summertime in Asheville, NC, means running your air conditioning around the clock. As the temperatures heat up, your air conditioner’s efficiency can decrease dramatically if you don’t maintain it. Here are three tips that can help you ease the burden of your AC system and prolong its longevity in the process.

Schedule Regular AC Maintenance

Scheduling regular AC maintenance with an expert is crucial to ensure your system functions at its best. What’s more, annual maintenance inspections enable you to find and fix potential AC problems before they become emergencies.

Professional inspections typically include tasks like lubricating all moving parts and testing the safety controls. Give your AC system the attention it needs by scheduling maintenance in the spring before the temperatures start getting too warm. But it’s not too late to schedule it now if you haven’t already. The key is to have your air conditioned maintained at least once during the cooling season.

Clean and Vacuum Supply Vents

One of the most effective ways to improve your air conditioner’s efficiency is by keeping the vents free from debris. Create some time to evaluate the condition of your system.

Are the vents dirty with dust, hair and other debris? If so, it’s time to unblock and vacuum the vents.

This helps you maintain steady airflow throughout your AC system. Even if you dust and clean regularly, other things such as furniture, rugs and toys may still block your vents. So, ensure each of your system’s vents is clear, even if it means rearranging the furniture in your room.

Change Your AC Filter

Dirty air filters affect the smooth running of your AC system in many ways. For starters, they reduce the quality of air inside your home. They also reduce the airflow, making your system’s task even more difficult.

That’s why it’s imperative to change your filters every 30-60 days. Otherwise, you may have to invest in expensive AC repairs.

At Gentry Service Group, our certified service technicians can help you benefit the most from your AC system. Contact us today for first-class AC services.

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