With Havana, Florida, homeowners using their air conditioners year-round, it's important to ensure that HVAC systems are working properly at all times. Although we experience hot and humid conditions for much of the year in our region, freezing or near freezing temperatures are not unusual during the winter periods. That makes fall a great time to schedule HVAC maintenance so that you can continue to experience efficient indoor comfort during cold weather.
Your air conditioner gets a lot of use during the peak summer months. After all that work fighting against the Florida heat, your HVAC system is going to be in dire need of a checkup. Having your HVAC maintained in fall ensures that it will operate at peak performance through the winter months. Despite usually having mild winters in Florida, it's nice to know you'll enjoy comfortable indoor temperatures even if the weather brings a few surprises.
Not many homeowners schedule their annual HVAC service during the fall months. To avoid problems, have your service scheduled now so that you won't have to worry about wait time. A maintenance agreement also gives you priority service if you ever need an unscheduled visit.
With Florida homeowners rarely having to rely on their heating systems, a lot can go wrong when those systems remain dormant for so long. Your HVAC technician can spot serious issues with your furnace before you even need to turn it on. This can include getting rid of carbon monoxide threats, mold, mildew, or other harmful pathogens and preventing them from circulating throughout the home.
Reduced Repair Costs
Scheduling an annual tuneup now can save you a lot of money over the life of your HVAC system. Regular maintenance prevents costly system failures so that you can keep more money in your pocket. You may also have access to money-saving specials during the fall months.
Call Air Control Heating & Cooling at 850-391-4300 to schedule your annual HVAC maintenance appointment. We will ensure that your system provides ongoing comfort to keep your family safe and comfortable throughout the season.
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