It’s that time of the year again. Everyone in Farmington, Arkansas, is preparing for the changing of the seasons. While you may have a few things on your to-do list, like picking up a new rake for the fall leaves and perhaps bringing out those cozy sweaters, there’s one more essential task you need to add. As summer winds to a close, getting your HVAC system serviced should be a top priority. Here are three reasons to schedule HVAC maintenance this fall:

Your System Requires a Thorough Cleaning

After working hard to keep you cool all summer, your system’s air filter has undoubtedly clogged up. Replacing the air filter is important. But you’ll also want to make sure the outside unit doesn’t have any debris around that could obstruct airflow.

Keeping your system clean means fresh airflow all season long. As a result, your unit will enjoy improved efficiency. Whether heating or cooling your home, your system always needs good airflow, so make sure to keep it clean and free of blockages.

Your System is Struggling To Work Efficiently

As summer comes to an end, you may already notice signs of an inefficient system. If that’s the case, it’s important to get any symptoms addressed right away. Some signs you may be noticing include excessive noise, odd smells, higher than normal energy bills or short cycling. Before you make it work just as hard to heat your home this winter, your system deserves a thorough cleaning and service.

Your System Needs a Professional Check

As your HVAC system switches from cooling to heating, it’s important that a professional comes through to double-check every aspect of the system. As a result, they can make sure it’s ready to work properly for the months to come, which will reduce your risk of requiring a repair.

Morrow Heat & Air, LLC is always ready for an emergency service. But you’ll definitely be more comfortable if you take the time to prepare in advance by scheduling a preventive maintenance check. Go ahead and give us a call at (866) 821-7712 to get your system ready for the fall.

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