In May, temperatures and humidity start to rise in Bellefonte and nearby communities in the Nittany Valley of central Pennsylvania. To be comfortable during the warm, humid summer months, call your heating, ventilation and air conditioning contractor for spring air conditioner maintenance. Seasonal maintenance extends the life of the system, reduces energy costs and increases efficiency to create a comfortable indoor environment.
Elements of Preventive Maintenance
Many manufacturers consider furnace and air conditioner maintenance so important that they require it to keep warranties valid. During a maintenance session, a certified HVAC contractor will inspect, calibrate and clean each element of the unit, including:
- Electrical contacts and switches.
- Drip pans and tubing.
- Refrigerant levels.
- Air filters.
- Condenser and evaporator coils.
- Blower elements.
- Ducts and joints.
- Ignition, burners and heat exchangers on gas or oil furnaces.
Correcting small problems early on can result in fewer breakdowns and lower repair costs.
Improved Indoor Comfort
Temperature regulation is just one element of indoor comfort. Controlling humidity levels and maintaining proper ventilation also contribute to a healthy, comfortable indoor environment. Too much humidity results in rooms feeling clammy. Too little humidity can cause dry skin or contribute to respiratory problems. Adequate ventilation refreshes the air. Filters and other ventilation equipment help keep air clean. Each element of an indoor climate control system must work efficiently to maintain indoor comfort.
About Triangle Heating & Cooling
Triangle Heating & Cooling has provided HVAC services for Centre County, Pennsylvania, residents for years. We prove our dedication to the highest standards of technical know-how and customer service by qualifying each year as a Trane Comfort Specialist. Our service technicians are factory-trained on leading-edge equipment to hone the skills required to keep your equipment running efficiently and dependably.
To find out more about how our preventive maintenance program can keep your heating and cooling equipment in tip-top shape, contact us at (814) 209-8113.