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Keep Your Cool: How to Maintain Your Family’s AC System

Home comfort is paramount during the summertime. Scorching hot temperatures can lead to headaches and bad moods all around. If you want your summer to be comfortable and pleasant, proper air conditioning maintenance is essential. Ignoring your cooling system can be a massive mistake. It can lead to potential breakdowns when they’re most unwelcome, too.

Clean or Swap out Your Air Filters

You can keep your cooling unit in check by cleaning or swapping out your air filters. If you use your unit particularly often, you may want to swap your filters out more regularly. Units in particularly dusty homes often require extra air filter care as well.

Clear Away Debris from the Unit

Managing the accumulation of debris can also be helpful. Grass, dirt, and debris can all accumulate with the passing of time. They accumulate on system exteriors. This interferes greatly with capacity. It even minimizes the flow of air. Push back any plants that may be close to your system. This can help minimize potential airflow disruption.

Request Professional Maintenance Service

Professional maintenance sessions from seasoned and trained HVAC (Heating, Ventilation and Air Conditioning) professionals can keep your cooling system in strong working order for the entire summer and beyond. Technicians can evaluate air conditioning services for your unit and stop possible issues from getting out of hand. They can boost the efficiency of your unit and help reduce possible repair expenses in the future, too. This can benefit your peace of mind considerably. Look for an HVAC business that has a good reputation. If you have friends or family members who have reliable systems, ask them for any company suggestions in your area.

Prioritize Coil Cleaning

Condenser and evaporator coils gather debris after a bit of time goes by. This pesky debris is capable of decreasing airflow. It poses coil insulation risks as well. This can lessen heat absorption. Soiling is a big problem for units that are located in settings that are notably dusty. It’s a big problem for units that are close to any leaves as well. Routine coil evaluation and cleaning work can eliminate all sorts of hassles.

Regular air conditioning maintenance can help keep your household alert, lively and happy all summer long. Don’t be too lazy to make regular upkeep a top priority. It’s 100 percent worth it. Maintenance can decrease your monthly bills. It can keep your chances of system failure down, too.

Tim Esterdahl

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Save The Date: POP THE TRUNK FOOD DRIVE

When: Sunday June 28, 2020, 11am to 2pm

Where: Clement Park, 7306 W. Bowles Ave Littleton, 80127

What: A Contact-less Food Drive to benefit the IFCS. Non-perishable, hygiene, and paper product grocery items will be collected.

Check out our news in the Littleton Independent.

https://littletonindependent.net/stories/ifcs-food-bank-feeding-the-masses-despite-plunging-donations,299770

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