Six Quick Ways To Get Your Air Conditioner Ready For Summer

Two Air Conditioners Outside A Havertown, PA HomeSpring is here! With hot weather is right around the corner, it’s important to make sure your air conditioner is ready to go for the summer.

Waiting for the first really hot day of the season to turn it on and hope that it’s working is not a smart thing.

You want to prepare now, that way if there is a major issue you can have it addressed before you actually need to use your AC on that first hot day.

And, if you need air conditioner repair, replacement or service in Havertown, The Main Line, or anywhere in Delaware County, call us at John Cipollone.
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Six Easy Ways To Prepare Your AC For Summer:

  1. Clean Around Your Outside Unit
  2. Change Your Air Filter
  3. Clean And Clear Your Vents
  4. Open All Your Vents
  5. Turn On Your Air Conditioning System
  6. Get An AC Tune-Up

If you take care of this right now, you can avoid two major issues: The first is your system not working when it’s needed. The second is waiting for air conditioner repair because heating and cooling companies are too busy during the heat of summer.

Clear out around your outside unit

If you have leaves or branches that have fallen on your system, make sure to clear them off.

Change Your Air Filter

Changing the filter in your AC system inexpensive, easy to do, and will increase the indoor air quality inside of your home.

Clean And Clear Your Vents

You may have dust and cobwebs around your vents now. Giving them a quick wipe is easy! Doing so clears up the vents and reduces the dust in the air you are breathing.

Making sure furniture isn’t blocking your vents is important, too. A couch or rug blocking a vent will prevents proper air flow and make that room difficult to cool.

Open All Your Vents

If you have a traditional central air conditioning system, without different zones, you may think that closing vents to unused rooms will save energy. But that often leads to problems with your HVAC system.

Closing vents can lead to built up pressure in different areas. You get uneven cooling it and doesn’t save any energy. In fact, you often end up using more!

Turn On Your Air Conditioning System

Making sure your system turns on is simple, but something a lot of people forget to do. Simply turning your system on, and making sure it kicks on will check off an easy box.

Get An AC Tune-Up

If you haven’t had your system serviced by a professional in the last year or 2, it’s time to call someone out.

The best time for an AC tune-up is in the spring, but you can also have someone come out in the summer. Having regular maintenance to your HVAC system will help in a few different ways:

Your system will run more efficiently, saving you money, and helping the environment. Your system will last longer. Your home will be more comfortable.

Your system is FAR less likely to break down. Just like taking your car in for an oil change, this will help your HVAC system run much better for years to come.

Schedule A Service For Your AC System

Air Conditioner Repair In Havertown, PA

Call John Cipollone at (610) 446-7877, or email us at for air conditioner repair, maintenance, and installation in and around Havertown, PA Taking care of your system before you actually need it is a reassuring thing.

Most problems with an air conditioning system are a simple fix. But, even if they aren’t, you want to make sure you’re on top of it.

It’s usually cheaper as well. We offer preseason discounts, and you aren’t waiting for a technician to be available during the busy summer days.

If you have any questions about the air conditioning or heating system in your home, we would be glad to help you out.

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