Top Tips for Midyear Maintenance on Your HVAC

Jun 7 ,2016

Place Air PurifierSummertime in Minneapolis is a great time of year to make sure you are up-to-date on your maintenance for your HVAC unit. in this article, the experienced professionals at Northern’s One Hour Heating & Air Conditioning discuss the top tips for midyear maintenance on your HVAC.

Change the Filters and Check the Vents

Filters need to be checked or changed once a month. Observing this tip can save you big bucks down the road. Additionally, clean the vents and dryer vents to keep them free of debris and buildup that can accumulate over time.

Keep the Space Clean

For outdoor units you’ll want to keep limbs, overgrown grass, and other debris free and clear of your unit. This will ensure that nothing interferes with your HVAC working properly and will make routine maintenance easier to carry out.

Be Proactive

If you hear strange noises or notice a strange smell coming from your unit or even through the vents, call us. Don’t wait to see if the problem “sorts itself out”. These are symptoms of potentially bigger problems and it’s best t catch these issues early.

Invest in a Yearly Maintenance Plan

If you purchase a membership to our Comfort Club, you receive yearly maintenance as one of the biggest benefits of being a member. Let us keep track of your maintenance schedule and keep your HVAC unit in the best possible working order for years to come.

Call Northern’s One Hour Heating & Air Conditioning

Give us a call at 763-412-1197 to learn more about anything we’ve mentioned above. We’re more than happy to discuss any of our products or services until all your questions are answered. Don’t wait until your have an emergency to have your HVAC unit looked at and maintained. Take steps today to improve and elongate the lifespan of your HVAc unit.

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