Most unpleasant experience in the rising temperatures is to be caught without a working HVAC system. HVAC systems are very important and help to maintain the temperature of the house. So it is important to maintain your HVAC system, As a working body needs fuel and energy your system to needs some care in the hot summers. In order to help you, NRG heating and Air conditioning, Inc shares some tips which will help you to check if your system is working at its full efficiency.
1) It’s important to check the wiring of your HVAC system on a regular basis to make sure it continues to work properly and remains safe. Turn off the system and open the access panel. If you notice any wires that look burned or blackened, it’s time to call a technician and get them replaced. Black and burned wires mean there is some sort of problem with the HVAC system and get it fixed to avoid the danger.
2) A thermostat enables you to schedule when your cooling equipment turns on and helps control energy costs. By selecting a Wi-Fi model, you can gain access to the thermostat through any internet connection. Wifi controlled thermostat can be easily operated outside the house and you can change the temperatures according to your needs.
3) Air Filter works as an insulation layer between the dirt and air that gets out from your AC. It is necessary to clean it up to make sure that your AC is working at its full potential and there is no dirt that is blocking the path for the air. your air filter must be replaced every 1-3 months. Your
4)It is necessary to keep a check on the fan of a Condenser Unit. As the outside of a condenser unit is exposed to the elements, the fan can get damaged due to debris that slips through the slits. A damaged fan can cause more severe problems and can cause a breakdown, its better to keep a regular check rather than losing the whole system.
5) Keeping your condenser unit clean is important and It doesn’t take long before dirt and other debris gets into or on top of the outside condenser unit. This will block the airflow, forcing your system to work harder and costing you more money. Remove whatever debris you can by hand, then switch off the unit and wash it out with a garden hose this will help to improve the efficiency of the system and also save few bucks on your electricity bills
For professional services, maintenance and repair of your HVAC system, you can contact NRG Heating and Air conditioning, Inc. at nrgair.com