Balanced Air, Inc. Blog: Posts Tagged ‘Air Conditioning System Maintenance’

Don’t Give Up on AC Maintenance Because It’s Already Summer

Monday, July 6th, 2020

man-before-fan-feeling-hotWe know your central AC in Wesley Chapel, FL is already hard at work—the summer weather has already been with us for a few weeks, and now that it’s July we are full into the summer heat and humidity.

Now … did you remember to schedule professional maintenance for your air conditioning system in spring?

If you’re suddenly thinking, “Oh no, I forgot!” or you’re wondering, “Wait, I need to do that every year?” we’re glad we reminded you. It’s not too late to schedule your AC maintenance with our team. Sign up for our Premier Service Agreement and we’ll get you on the schedule right away. Not only will you receive the necessary inspection and tune-up for your air conditioning system, but you’ll also get bonuses such as priority scheduling for repairs and no overtime charges.

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Here Are the Top Ways AC Maintenance Saves Money

Monday, March 16th, 2020

air-conditioning-manometer-pressure-refrigerantWe’re a professional HVAC company in St Petersburg, FL with a long history of success. You only get that kind of success in the HVAC world when you have loyal customers who stay with you year after year. One of the reasons we have engendered such dedication to our customers is our honesty in all our business doings. Another reason is that we offer support for our customers’ comfort and through our maintenance plan, the Premier Service Agreement.

When you sign up for the Premier Service Agreement, you’re investing in better comfort for years to come. We care for your HVAC equipment so it won’t let you down. In fact, if we do our job right, you won’t need us much at all in the coming years. Not for repair work, anyway! You’ll have a dependable air conditioner with few interruptions in service.

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Spring Into Warmer Weather With Our Premiere Service Agreement

Monday, March 2nd, 2020

It’s March, and that means it’s the season of air conditioning maintenance in Tampa, FL. In colder parts of the country, homeowners can delay a bit deeper into the spring before they start thinking about tuning-up their ACs to take on the heat. We have to be more on our toes in Florida since warm weather never really goes away for long. Technically, it’s not even Spring yet, but March is the ideal time to put AC maintenance on your calendar. It’s one of the best things you can have done for your household comfort during the year.

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How Long Should My New Air Conditioner Last?

Monday, April 29th, 2019

New-air-conditionerYou never know exactly how long an appliance might last. It depends on factors like how often you use it, how well it was constructed, if it suffers any damage, and sometimes just plain luck. But with almost any appliance, there’s a general idea of many years you can expect it to last on average—and that’s the case with a central air conditioning system.

We’re going to provide you a few different answers about how long you can expect your central air conditioning system to last, along with a few caveats and advice for the longest possible equipment life.

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The 5 Biggest Benefits of Early Spring AC Maintenance

Monday, March 18th, 2019

calendar-scheduling-bookSpring is an important time for any HVAC contractor. It’s the time when we start to change from working on handling broken heating systems to helping our customers prep their cooling systems for another hot and humid Florida summer. During the actual summer, we keep busy with answering emergency repair call—this is one of the most important jobs we do to see our customers stay cool. But spring is when we provide the essential service that can help to stop those awful summer cooling problems.

And that service is … annual spring air conditioning maintenance.

Below are the 5 biggest benefits you’ll enjoy when you schedule maintenance for your air conditioning in Port Richey, FL:

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Here’s Why You Must Regularly Change the HVAC Filter

Monday, December 24th, 2018

pleated-air-filterNo matter if you’re still using your AC routinely or you’ve turned on your gas or electric furnace to run for short times, there’s one job for your HVAC system you need to stick with: regularly changing the air filter. Any central HVAC system that uses forced-air (central air conditioner, furnace, heat pump) has an air filter in place to help it run optimally. The filter eventually becomes clogged with the debris caught in it, and when that happens, the HVAC system will suffer from many problems.

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Is This the Last Summer for Your Air Conditioning System?

Monday, August 20th, 2018
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You expect your home’s air conditioning system to put in hard work during a typical Florida summer. The heat and the humidity place a significant strain on it each year. Even if you keep up with regular maintenance for the AC each spring, the time will come when all the stress, the wear and tear, will catch up and overwhelm the cooling system. And that means … replacement time.

If reading that made you start to doubt the future of your air conditioning system, right now is a good time to start giving serious thought to putting in a new one once the summer heat subsides. We’ll give you some help below for making this decision about what to do with your air conditioning in Wesley Chapel, FL to ensure you have a system that works its best for the years to come.

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Sign Up for AC Maintenance Before Summer

Monday, May 28th, 2018

air-conditioning-maintenance-technician-checks-mainfoldThe weather is warming in Florida, although we’re still dealing with frequent rains. More sun and more heat is on the way, of course, and right now is the best time to ensure your home’s air conditioning system is ready for another hot Florida summer. How can you know your AC is prepped for the coming season? It’s actually simple: call for HVAC professionals to maintain your air conditioner with a thorough inspection, cleaning, and tune-up.

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