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When the temperature starts to rise you rely on your air conditioning system to run efficiently and consistently to keep your house comfortable. One of the best ways to make sure that your cooling system works well is to get it regularly maintained by a professional air conditioning contractor. Call the Yucaipa air conditioning maintenance technicians at Russell’s Heating & Air Conditioning to schedule routine air conditioning maintenance for your cooling system. We can set you up with regular maintenance visits for your air conditioning system. During these visits, our maintenance technicians will thoroughly inspect and clean every component of your air conditioning system. This will allow them to find small problems and issues and repair them before they cause costly damages. Call Russell’s Heating and Air Conditioning today for professional air conditioning maintenance in Yucaipa, CA and the surrounding area.
The Yucaipa air conditioning maintenance specialists at Russell’s Heating and Air Conditioning provide routine maintenance for cooling systems throughout the Yucaipa, California area including Redlands and Beaumont.
These are a few of the potential advantages of getting your air conditioning system maintained on a regular basis:
We often get called to repair or replace an air conditioning system that could have been spared if it was inspected on an annual or bi-annual basis. Contact the Yucaipa air conditioning maintenance techs at Russell’s Heating & Air Conditioning today if you’re interested in scheduling a maintenance visit for your air conditioner or air conditioning system.
Why is my home dusty?
Performing regular maintenance on your air conditioner is an important way to keep everything working correctly. If you are noticing problems, like dust in your home, then you may need air conditioner maintenance.
Dust is usually filtered out by the air conditioner’s filter. If the filter is clogged, old, or damaged, then dust can get in your home’s air. Extra dust in your home can be a problem for allergy and asthma sufferers. If you notice that your home is dusty, contact an expert for air conditioning maintenance.
Why does my air conditioner have low airflow?
If you put your hand in front of an air vent, you will feel the airflow. More air on your hand means greater airflow and vice versa. In the depths of summer, it is important to have an air conditioner with proper airflow. If you don’t feel much air on your hand, you need to have your air conditioner examined.
Low airflow can be caused by a few different issues. The first is a ductwork problem. In whole-house systems, ducts take the cool air from room to room. If there are holes or problems with the ductwork, the airflow will be less strong. Low airflow can also be caused by damage to the compressor or frozen evaporator coils. The type of maintenance that needs to be done by the technician will be determined by the exact nature of the problem.
Can maintenance lower my electricity bill?
There is, unfortunately, no easy answer to this question. Often we would say that yes, regular air conditioning maintenance can lower your electricity bills. Keep in mind that your bill will always raise during a California summer. It gets so hot here that you will need to keep you’re A/C cranked, which will raise your bill.
However, regular maintenance keeps your air conditioner in peak working condition. Leaks, compressor issues, and ductwork problems can all make your air conditioner less efficient. That will result in a higher electricity bill.
What are the signs that I need to change my filter?
All air conditioners have filters. On whole-house air conditioners, the filter is usually found near the part of the return duck that attaches to the air handler. On window air conditioners the filter is located under the inside intake grill.
A few signs indicate that it is time to change your air conditioner’s filter.
How do I change my filter?
No matter what type of air conditioner you have, you will need to change the filter at some point. The first step will be to purchase the correct filter for your air conditioner. Your user manual will be able to help you with this step.
Window air conditioner filters are relatively easy to change. Just pop them out and put the new one in. Whole-house air conditioner filters can be hard to find and change. We recommend having an expert (like those at Russell’s) change the filter on whole-house air conditioners.