With the severe weather season upon us, it’s important to take steps to ensure your HVAC system is ready, so you protect it from damage. By following these simple tips, you can keep you and your family comfortable during a storm – no matter the temperature outside!
- Inspect your system: Before the severe weather season hits, it’s a good idea to have a professional inspect your HVAC system. This will help ensure that everything is in working order and that there are no potential issues that could cause problems during a storm.
- Change your filters: One of the most important things you can do to prepare your HVAC system for severe weather is to change your filters. A clean filter will help keep the system running smoothly and prevent any potential damage caused by dirt and debris.
- Keep an eye on the forecast: In the days leading up to a storm, check the weather forecast. If it looks like the temperature is going to drop significantly, you may want to adjust your thermostat to help keep your home comfortable and prevent your HVAC system from working overtime.
- Install a surge protector: If you live in an area prone to severe weather, you may want to consider installing a surge protector to help protect your HVAC system from power surges that can occur during a storm.
- Turn your system off: If severe weather is on the way, it’s crucial to turn your HVAC system off to help prevent any potential damage caused by high winds or flying debris.
- Protect your outside unit: If you have an outdoor HVAC unit, be sure to protect it before the bad weather hits by covering it with a tarp and turning the system off.
By following these simple tips, you can help ensure that your HVAC system is ready for anything Mother Nature throws its way! It’s essential to have your HVAC system checked regularly to extend the lifespan of your unit.
The VIP Plan from Air Rescue is designed with these needs in mind. Whether you have one unit or many units at your business, this plan will ensure that all equipment is well-maintained by our expert technicians, who know how to get the job done right!