Reasons to Schedule Your HVAC Maintenance in the Fall

The summer is over and the days are getting shorter. That means it’s time to say goodbye to everything you enjoyed during the warmer months, like sitting outside on your deck or taking a dip in your pool. But while you might be sad to see summer go, there are plenty of reasons to be excited about fall.

Here are five reasons why you should schedule your HVAC maintenance in the fall:

5 Reasons Why You Should Schedule HVAC Maintenance in the Fall

1. It’s a good time for repairs

If you like to keep your HVAC system running at peak efficiency, you’ll want to schedule your maintenance during cooler months. If you wait until spring, the temperature will already be warming up and your system will be working harder than it needs to be.

Fall is ideal for HVAC maintenance because temperatures tend to be lower and it’s not as hot outside as it will be in the summer months. Plus, if something goes wrong with your system in the fall, you can have it repaired before winter hits and the temperatures drop again.

2. You can prevent future expenses — and save money!

A properly functioning HVAC system will help you stay comfortable while lowering your energy bills.

Depending on how old your HVAC system is and how well it has been maintained, there’s a good chance that it will need some repairs or replacements in the near future. If those repairs or replacements aren’t done now, they’ll have to be done later — which means more money out of your pocket.

It’s less expensive to maintain your HVAC system before the cold weather arrives. If you wait until winter, you’ll need to pay more for repairs and replacements. So by scheduling routine maintenance with a certified professional, you’ll avoid costly repairs that regular tune-ups could have prevented.

3. You can prevent harmful gas leakage

prevent harmful gas leakage

In addition to saving you money, regular HVAC maintenance can protect your family’s health by preventing the leakage of harmful gases like carbon monoxide, a byproduct of incomplete combustion that can cause headaches and dizziness if inhaled at high levels over time.

Leaky ducts can cause carbon monoxide poisoning if they’re not fixed immediately. Carbon monoxide is an odourless, colourless gas that can build up inside your home and cause serious health problems if you don’t have a working carbon monoxide detector installed.

If there are any leaks in your ductwork or furnace, it’s essential that they be repaired before winter begins so you can rest assured knowing no one will be exposed to potentially fatal levels of carbon monoxide.

4. Your HVAC unit will run at peak performance all year long

In addition to making sure your system is ready for winter, scheduling an appointment in Fall also ensures that your system will run as efficiently as possible all year long.

The summer season is a busy one for HVAC systems, so if yours has been running hard, chances are it needs some repairs.  This way, if there are any issues with your unit during the cold months, they can be addressed before they become serious problems.

By performing routine HVAC maintenance now, you can avoid having to call out professional technicians later on – which can save both time and money. A professional maintenance checkup will help prevent future problems with your HVAC system by identifying issues early on before they get worse or lead to serious damage that could affect the longevity of your unit (and possibly cost you more money).

5. You can keep your HVAC system more energy-efficient

HVAC system more energy-efficient the Fall

One of the best things about scheduling HVAC maintenance in the fall is that this allows you to get your system ready for winter — which means less energy usage and lower bills!

If you wait until spring or summer, then there’s a good chance that your system won’t be ready in time for when temperatures drop outside and heating costs go up inside. This can result in higher energy bills than necessary.

Fall is also a great time to replace filters or clean coils if they need it — or even replace them altogether if they’re past their prime — since this will improve efficiency and keep your home more comfortable in winter.

Wrapping Up

The summer months can be tough on your HVAC system. The heat and humidity can cause your system to work harder, which can result in higher utility bills. But with proper HVAC maintenance, later on, you can prevent any small issues and prevent them from blowing up.

At Renown Services, we provide regular HVAC maintenance and service to ensure that your heating and cooling units are performing at their best. We do a complete analysis of your unit, conduct energy auditing, test the indoor air quality and temperature controls and test the individual systems. With our proactive maintenance, you can rest knowing that your HVAC units won’t cause any trouble when you least expect it.

Reach out to us now to schedule HVAC maintenance now.