September 23, 2019

If you’re planning on having HVAC service or maintenance done, a professional will take care of the difficult tasks. However, there are simple tips that can boost your system’s performance and potentially save you money on your energy bills. Totally Cool Heating & Air will be happy to provide you with these tips as well as professional maintenance services.

Check Your Air Filter

The first step is to check your air filter and see if it needs cleaning or replacing. A clogged or dirty filter can slow down your system and even cause it to fail if left for long enough. A monthly changing is the best way to stay on top of your filter, and it also provides your home with the cleanest air possible.

Check for Airflow Blockages

Trimming back bushes, shrubbery, and any other items covering your outdoor unit can help keep it safe all season and ensure that nothing is blocking the outside airflow. You’ll also want to make sure that nothing inside the home is preventing air from properly flowing throughout the space. This can be anything from curtains to vents you may have closed off. Our HVAC technician will go over everything and provide you with our comprehensive maintenance service from there.

Preventative Service Agreements Give You Peace of Mind

Preventative service agreements offer you a comprehensive maintenance service each year for as many units as you own. We’ll take care of everything, so all you’ll have to do is relax and enjoy your comfortable home. Discounts on repairs, priority service appointments, and an agreement that’s fully transferable if you move are just a few of the benefits offered through our company.

At Totally Cool Heating & Air, we offer services such as weatherization, preseason preparation, and new HVAC units with installation services. Our company has been serving Austin and the rest of Central Texas for the last three decades, and we’d be proud to serve your family’s HVAC service needs. Contact us today to find out more about our services and to schedule your next appointment.

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