An HVAC tune-up may seem like an unnecessary expense, but regular maintenance can actually help you prevent emergencies, improve your air quality, and keep your Beaumont, Texas, home cooler. Discover how a tune-up can give you these benefits.

Preventing Emergencies

A tune-up can help you prevent major HVAC emergencies that would create a host of discomforts in your home and may cost you hefty repair fees. It is a comparatively small investment with priceless returns.

Your technician might notice a relatively small issue with the way your system’s fan belt is positioned and correct the alignment right away. If left alone, that misalignment can eventually derail your system. These small tweaks add up, allowing HVAC maintenance to help keep you and your family cushioned from potential HVAC disasters.

Better Air Quality for Better Breathing

Spring brings a shower of pollen, new shoots bursting up from the ground, and animals actively building nests; it’s a beautiful, but dirty and allergy-triggering season.

There’s no better time to make sure your air conditioner is clean and clear of the debris that has collected over the length of several months. Over time, particles from that grime will migrate into your home, polluting your air quality and adding to the allergy challenges of the season.

A Cooler Home

Your air conditioner can lag if it’s dirty. Motors, fans, and other internal parts might need greasing and force the unit to struggle. Dust, dirt, and other bits of debris that have ended up in your unit can cause your coils to freeze or your system to overheat and blow warm air.

In short, there are many things that can put a strain on your system and keep it from performing at peak efficiency. Spring maintenance will give you the peace of mind that your system is in the best health to keep your home as comfortable as possible.

To schedule HVAC maintenance today, Call Thermacon Service Company at 866-797-1535. One of our service specialists will help you set up an appointment and answer any questions you have about servicing your system.

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