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3 Ways to Prep Your AC for the Heat

With temperatures already starting to soar, you may have already had the chance to test out your AC this cooling season already. Hopefully, everything is running smoothly, though now is the time to look for signs that your AC may be in need of repair. And even if your central air unit or heat pump is operating just fine, there is always room for improvement. Keep reading for 3 of the best ways to prepare your cooling system for the next 3 months. 

#1 Enroll in a maintenance plan

Sure, you could always put it off until next year, but at what cost? Regular air conditioning maintenance is the only comprehensive way to take care of all of the system’s internal components. (We offer a fantastic option: it’s called Total Maintenance!) You will enjoy lower energy bills all summer long, and your system will be more responsive to your needs, particularly during heat waves.

#2 Keep your air filters clean

The point of an air filter is not to clean up the air, but to protect your evaporator coil and motor parts from acculturating debris that might interfere with their operation. A dirty or damaged air filter will lead to you spending more cash for your cooling. It’s a simple fix, and new air filters will extend the longevity of your system as well.

#3 Upgrade your thermostat

While it may not be too high on your list, a new thermostat may be exactly what you need if you want to reduce cooling costs and avoid having the cold air on all day while you’re at work. We offer a number of different models for installation, including smart and wifi thermostats that can be controlled remotely via smartphone or tablet!

Don’t wait another week for outstanding air conditioning maintenance in Deptford Township, NJ. Get in touch with SPS Mechanical Inc. today!

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