How to Enjoy the Most Efficiency From Your HVAC System
Are you tired of uneven temperatures inside your Spanish Fork home? Do you notice hot or cold spots? Or maybe some rooms inside your home feel muggier than others.
The heating, ventilation, and air conditioning (HVAC) system in your Utah home may not be functioning as efficiently as possible. Our team is here to help restore it!
Best Ways to Support an Efficient HVAC System
Ready to start improving the efficiency of your heating and cooling system? Here are some of the most common ways to help you get the most out of your HVAC equipment:
- Replace or clean your HVAC filter.
Replacing a disposable filter or cleaning your washable version could make all the difference in your HVAC system’s efficiency. Dirty filters obstruct airflow and negatively impact your indoor air quality (IAQ) too.
Failing to change your filter will ultimately force your system to work harder necessary, stressing your equipment and cutting its service life short. Replace or clean your filter every 30 to 90 days to keep it is free from dust, dirt, and debris.
- Stay on track with routine preventative maintenance visits.
Keeping your HVAC system operating as efficiently as possible boils down to taking proper care of it. This involves scheduling regular professional maintenance visits. A preseason tune-up keeps your system running strong the entire year.
- Have a professional repair any damaged parts.
Is there an odd noise coming from your HVAC system? Do you suspect there is a mechanical issue? Call us right away!
Anytime you let even the smallest problem fester, you risk the possibility of it turning into a costly repair. Address repair issues right away so you can spare yourself the trouble in the future—and avoid paying a pricey repair bill.
- Add a whole-home humidifier or whole-home dehumidifier for extra support.
If you notice your home feeling too humid, your air conditioner may need some help to reduce the moisture in the air. Consider adding a whole-home dehumidifier to keep your indoor humidity levels in check.
According to the Mayo Clinic, an ideal humidity level range for your home is between 30 and 50 percent.
The problem isn’t always too much moisture in the air—sometimes it’s too little. That’s where a whole-home humidifier can come in handy and help ensure your levels of humidity are up to par.
- Consider upgrading your HVAC system.
Even the most well-maintained HVAC systems can start to lose efficiency at the end of their service life—it’s bound to happen. Upgrading an HVAC system that is 10 years old with a newer model can save up to 40 percent on your monthly heating and cooling expenses, according to the Department of Energy (DOE).
Call Us Today to Improve Your HVAC System’s Efficiency