Spring HVAC Unit

Spring cleaning in your home takes on a whole new meaning when it comes to air conditioners and other heating and cooling components. It's time for spring HVAC maintenance.

It’s a necessity for optimal performance, lower monthly energy bills, a comfortable family, better indoor air quality, less allergies, and more. Here’s a list of basic reasons why you should schedule a spring maintenance visit with Warner Service in Frederick, Maryland, for your home:

The timing is finally right. You should call an experienced, licensed air conditioning technician, like those at Warner Service, to perform HVAC maintenance twice per year. This is usually done before the fall and before the summer, just in time for severe weather changes.

Another great reason is comfortable weather. If you’re doing outdoor spring maintenance on your heating and cooling unit, the weather is usually mild with low humidity levels. This makes working outside more enjoyable.

Your home is preparing for peak performance during the hot weather. Routine residential HVAC maintenance by Warner Service of Frederick, Maryland, includes a look at the following components to prepare your heating and cooling system for the weather ahead:

  • Air conditioners
  • Air ducts
  • Boilers
  • Carbon monoxide detectors
  • Electronic air cleaners
  • Furnaces
  • Heat pumps and systems (gas or oil)
  • High Efficiency Particulate Air (HEPA) systems
  • Humidifiers
  • Radiators
  • Thermostats
  • UV (ultraviolet) light systems
  • Ventilators

Our skilled professionals perform quality inspections to test, calibrate, measure, clean, and adjust any necessary components in these appliances to make sure your home is kept safe and efficient through the summer.

For more information about our thorough maintenance visits, check out What You Can Expect From A Warner Service Maintenance Visit and What Goes On During a Spring Maintenance Visit.

You can also schedule an actual spring HVAC maintenance visit by clicking here

You haven’t wasted any energy yet. It’s no secret that cooling your home costs more than heating it. Coming off of the cold stretch from October to March, your home requires regular HVAC maintenance to perform at its highest efficiency and save you money on monthly energy bills.

For more information about saving energy and money this spring, check out Top 5 Energy-Saving Spring Projects and 10 Ways To Save Money On Your Energy Bill This Spring.

Allergies are popping up. According to the American Academy of Allergy, Asthma and Immunology, pollen season begins as early as February and lasts through October. In Maryland, we’re right in the thick of it. If you and your family are already sneezing, feeling stuffy, and wiping away watery eyes, it’s time to do something.

For simple do-it-yourself solutions, check out the following top HVAC system tips from our local experts:

  • To remove insects and mold from the basement, fix any leaks in the foundation and pipes, especially near the central HVAC unit.
  • Turn on an exhaust fan in the bathroom when showering to keep air circulating and avoid mold.
  • Avoid using whole-home air fresheners, as aerosol makes its way into the ventilation system and causes allergies.

To combat allergens and pathogens in your home, you can also get HVAC system tips from 6 Surefire Ways To Eliminate Allergens And Pathogens In Your Home and How To Finally Get Rid Of Spring Allergens And Pathogens.

For more information, click on the button below to download Warner Service’s brand-new Guide To Home HVAC During Allergy Season. This comprehensive guide details how to control germ growth in your living room, basement, bedroom, and kitchen:

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