During the current Polar Vortex, the second one to sweep through the United States in the month of January, keeping cool is probably not a priority for anyone. States like Ohio and Michigan have been hammered by sub-zero temperatures while parts of Florida were colder than Alaska and snow and ice in Atlanta caused the roads to look just like they did in the early episodes of The Walking Dead. But, despite the biting cold, the time to invest in air conditioning services is rapidly approaching. It won’t be long before the spring sunshine starts to thaw out the U.S. and you’ll have to get your AC ready.
Experts say that you should get your heater inspected and repaired in the fall before the coldest temperatures arrive,and you should do the same in the spring with your air conditioning systems before heat waves show up. While your home might be freezing right now and bundling up in wool socks and big blankets is the only way to stay warm, thinking about whether or not you’ll need AC repairs is smart. Though just the thought might make you shiver, starting to plan ahead now can help you get ready for all that grueling summers have to offer.
Every year, there are lots of homeowners who fail to get their heater checked during the fall and find themselves frozen solid when it breaks down. That is particularly true this year since record-cold temperatures have blasted millions of American homes. If that happens, hiring heating contractors who can make quick repairs is the only way to stay warm. Unfortunately, they are busy and might not be able to get to your home right away, and they will certainly be more expensive during this time of the year. By investing in air conditioning services soon, even if it is still cold out, you can be sure to avoid the same type of problem in the summer.
Actually, if you do need heat repairs now to stay warm, you should think about doubling up and getting your AC ready as well. Most HVAC professionals offer both heating and air conditioning services, and will be able to handle the maintenance of both systems. Fixing things like thermostats or leaky ducts can help you stay warm now and cool during the hottest summer months.
After spending a couple of hours in the harsh cold shoveling your drive way or while waiting for your car to warm up, the last thing you might want to think about is your air conditioning. However, you don’t want to wait until you’re spending all day sweating without the use of AC, so staying a step ahead is always a good idea. Continue reading here.