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4 Fall Maintenance Tips for Your Texas HVAC System
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4 Fall Maintenance Tips for Your Texas HVAC System

Living in Texas, many outsiders are surprised to hear about the dip in temperature the fall weather can bring. When Autumn blows into the Houston area, it’s best to keep up with maintenance with all your HVAC systems for a seamless transition between seasons.

Here are four fall maintenance tips you should consider doing!

Change Your Air Filters

The difference between summer and fall is not the only temperature, but there is also a shift in air quality. The air filters in your HVAC systems should be changed every couple of months – or monthly if you have allergy problems.

The transition from summer to fall is a great time to give your HVAC systems fresh filters for optimized performance!

Clean Your Air Conditioning

Now that your air conditioning is done being the workhorse in the summer months, it’s time to give it much-deserved TLC. When either you or a certified HVAC technician cleans your AC unit, it’s best to also winterize it as well.

Winterizing your AC unit will protect it from the chilly winter months, decreasing the wear and tear while preparing for next year’s hot weather.

Ready Your Heating System

When fall blows into Houston, you may have some time before the real cold weather sets in. Early fall is a perfect time to inspect and provide maintenance to your heating systems, so it keeps your home warm without a hitch.

It’s best to set up an appointment with a trusted HVAC professional to assure peak performance of your heating system. Whether you have a heat pump or a boiler, an HVAC technician will make sure everything is cleaned and running accordingly.

This includes:

  • Calibrating your thermostat for accurate temperature readings
  • Cleaning and checking all connections
  • Checking and cleaning other parts such as sensors, drains, ducts, pipes, and thermostats

A certified HVAC pro will also check your smoke and carbon monoxide detectors as well as give you valuable DIY maintenance tips that you can implement between service appointments.

Vacuum Your Ducts & Vents

When the seasons start to change, a helpful way to keep your new air filters from clogging up too fast is to vacuum out your air ducts to catch any extra dust and debris that may overwhelm your air filters!

Contact 75 Degree AC for Your Fall HVAC Preparation

Whether you’re preparing for the fall weather, need emergency AC repair, or want improved indoor air quality in the greater Houston area, contact 75 Degree AC!

Contact us online or give us a call at 713-598-2737 today!

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