How to Keep your Air Conditioning System Healthy This Summer?

How to Keep your Air Conditioning System Healthy This Summer?

We offer you three very useful tips to help keep your air conditioner healthy this summer. Take into consideration that only trained experts should handle your system, whether it be for air conditioning installation, air conditioning repair, air conditioning maintenance or air conditioning replacement. Therefore none of these tips involves doing work on your system. If you do need help with any of these services, the Air Conditioning specialists at Jupiter Air Conditioning and Heating are only a phone call away! Our helpful staff will schedule you for air conditioning service. We are available for emergency service whenever you need it even in business hours. Here are the suggestions from our technicians to help reduce your incidence of repair:

Abnormal Activity of Air Conditioning System

There are common signs which prompt that a problem is developing: poor performance, strange sounds and the presence of odors. Not all problems cause a complete shutdown of your system, so don’t allow your system to keep operating when you hear, see or smell something odd. Problems become worse over time not better, and continuing to run your system with an issue may create a larger and more costly problem to deal with.

Dirty Air Filter

Once an air filter becomes clogged with dirt and dust, it can restrict the air flow in your system. It seems like such a simple component, and it is. However your air conditioning system needs a specific amount of air flow to operate correctly or else you may see problems like low air flow and icing develop. The rule is simple and finite: change the air filter every three months.

Schedule Maintenance

It can be easily overlooked each year, but it shouldn’t be. Why not? Because maintenance allows your system to be more efficient, perform better, increase your comfort and extend the life of your air conditioning system. Maintenance isn’t a simple once-over of your air conditioner; it’s a full tune-up, and the benefits of a maintenance appointment can last you through the summer season.