Spring is officially here in Indianapolis! That means more sunshine and warmer weather are moving in as the cold weather moves out. Which, of course, means that it’s almost time to turn your air conditioner back on. It’s always best to have a professional inspect and tune up your A/C system before major seasonal changes to ensure everything is running as efficiently as possible. From the team at Quality Plumbing & Heating Inc., here are the reasons you should schedule your spring HVAC inspection today.

Schedule Your Spring A/C Maintenance

Reduced Cost

The cost of energy is already expensive. If your unit isn’t running smoothly, that price is even higher. You should take advantage of anything you can to help lower those costs. Having your air conditioner serviced prior to use will keep your system running efficiently and, therefore, use less energy. Additionally, regular maintenance on your system can help prevent costly repairs. In other words, it helps you catch the issue before it’s an emergency.

Longer Life

HVAC systems are a very expensive part of owning a home. You want to get as much life out of every piece as you can to help delay the need for a replacement. Having your system serviced can add years to its lifespan. On top of that, if your unit is not serviced regularly, it can lead to the manufacturer voiding any warranties. Check with them to understand their requirements.

The Checklist

Really the only thing that you should regularly check and change out is your air filter. When it comes to the workings of your system, you’ll want an expert taking a look. Here are a few things that will be inspected:

  • Blower Motor
  • Thermostat
  • Refrigerant
  • Wiring
  • Condenser Coil
  • Compressor

Now is the perfect time to schedule your precision tune up. Quality Plumbing & Heating Inc. also offers service plans that help you save money. Call us today at (765) 450-4008 or request service online. We serve Hoosiers across the state of Indiana including Rochester, Noblesville, Marion Kokomo, and Logansport.