5 Ways to Make Sure Your Air Conditioner is Ready for Fall

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Preparing your residence for the spring in Stuart and West Palm Beach areas can include many things; putting your sweaters back in storage, buying some seeds for a vegetable garden, and don’t forget about ensuring your air conditioner is prepped for the warmer season. Annual air conditioner service from Arnold's Air Conditioning of South Florida Inc will assure that your home is set for spring, but don’t stop there – here are several other tips that will keep you comfortable:

  1. Unblock air vents and registers.
    When you are moving furniture around for the spring season, possibly even bringing your patio furniture outside again, don’t forget to check that your cooling vents are clear of debris. Particularly after a harsh winter, debris and dust can increase your utility bills and make your system work harder than it would need to.
  2. Change your air filters.
    Prior to switching the thermostat setting from “heat” to “cool,” confirm your air filters are in good shape. Unclean filters can hinder the lifespan of your system and even decrease the quality of air in your house, resulting in a negative affect on your health.
  3. Schedule AC Service
    Spring is a great time in Stuart and West Palm Beach areas to get your air conditioner checked because it’s just before your system’s peak time of use. Our professionals at Arnold's Air Conditioning of South Florida Inc will complete a thorough examination of your unit and make sure you are ready for the warm temps ahead. You assuredly don’t want your air conditioner to breakdown on the hottest day of the year, so being proactive about its maintenance can make the world of difference before it’s too late.

Stay relaxed as the days get warmer and longer this spring. If you have any concerns about getting your home ready for the spring or if you are want to schedule your annual AC service, give our experts at Arnold's Air Conditioning of South Florida Inc a call at 772-205-3269 to schedule an appointment with us.

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