Take the expense out of this coming summer by making sure your High Desert home’s air conditioner is running at peak efficiency. Peak efficiency means that your air conditioner or HVAC system is doing the most work while using the least amount of energy. That translates into monthly savings off of your home’s utility bills. Unfortunately, the High Desert is hell on HVAC systems. The summer’s sun is hot, the wind picks up dust, sand, smoke, and pollen, and those get all lodged into HVAC systems around Hesperia.
The Key to Good Air Conditioning Performance
We make it easy to keep your air conditioning system running at peak performance. Our professional heating and air conditioning technicians are trained to provide top service to HVAC systems. We are familiar with the problems that HVAC systems in the High Desert face. We understand how to troubleshoot problems that deal with heating and cooling throughout the year for the Hesperia community. We can even help you find the best replacement system and provide HVAC installation and repair as needed.
HVAC Repair and Maintenance
Each season you should have your HVAC system inspected. The filters should regularly be changed. Regular tune-ups for HVAC are necessary. They help to extend the life of your heating and cooling unit. The longer your system goes without a tune-up, the more it costs you each month. Poorly maintained HVAC units can use 20% or more electricity. When we talk about peak efficiency, we are talking about keeping your HVAC system from bleeding your budget dry each month. Change your air conditioner’s filter at least every month. This is something that most homeowners can do themselves and help save money on electricity costs. A dirty air filter means that your HVAC system must do more work to push the same amount of air throughout the system. You can also set up the monthly filter as part of regular service for your HVAC system.
What Can You Do to Help?
Another chore that homeowners can help with is keeping the area around your outdoor HVAC unit clear of weeds, leaves, and debris. When debris is too close to your unit, it makes it difficult for air to flow through the mechanical parts that need airflow to cool off the coils. In addition, the High Desert is rich in sand, and sand is damaging to moving parts. Keeping sand and leaves from accumulating around your HVAC can mean the difference between having to replace your unit prematurely and to have an HVAC system that runs efficiently for years.
Elite Climate Control makes it easy to set up regular maintenance for your HVAC system. Don’t let an inefficient HVAC system drive up your heating and cooling expenses. This summer is supposed to be one of the hottest summers that California has seen in a long time. With the entire state in a severe and extreme drought, things are bound to get hotter than normal. Keep your cool with regular HVAC maintenance and repair.