Cooler Weather Is Coming – Schedule HVAC Service

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Chilly Mornings Will Be Here Before You Know It

Give your air conditioner a round of applause for keeping you cool all summer. Now show it some love by scheduling HVAC service between seasons. This fall is the perfect time to schedule HVAC service on your air conditioner and prepare your heating system before winter weather starts.

Gainesville Mechanical knows exactly what your heating and cooling system needs to perform efficiently and keep you comfortable when Mother Nature shifts from summer to fall and on to winter.

Diagnose Problems Early

Your air conditioner did its fair share of work this summer, which means it can experience wear and tear that can affect its performance next summer. This fall is the perfect time to schedule HVAC service so a heating and cooling professional can assess and diagnose any problems with your cooling system. Dirt, dust, and other debris accumulate throughout your air conditioner and ductwork during the summer months.

Even the outside unit experiences wear and tear over time. Weeds, branches and other vegetation compromise the airflow around your unit during the summer. An HVAC service call will remove any debris around your outdoor equipment, ensuring the airflow is unobstructed for the winter.

Our NATE-certified technicians will also address and repair any damaged components in your exterior equipment during an HVAC service call.

An added bonus of scheduling HVAC service between seasons is it helps catch problems with your heating system early. Repairing your furnace or heat pump when the temperature drops is inconvenient and expensive.

Our heating experts will inspect your equipment and repair or replace faulty parts during an HVAC service call, preventing a massive breakdown during the holiday season. Don’t hesitate to call Gainesville Mechanical today to schedule service on your heating and cooling system!

Create Healthier Indoor Air

During the summer, homes experience increased moisture which becomes trapped throughout the heating and cooling system and ductwork. Most homes are sealed up tight to prevent energy loss, which makes a house stuffy. Scheduling HVAC service now will remove excess moisture and breathe new life into your equipment. This allows your unit to operate more efficiently and improves your indoor air quality.

The dirt, dust and other debris are cleared away, allowing you and your loved ones to breathe easier throughout the winter months. Our NATE-certified technicians will check and replace the air filter during an HVAC service call, which traps and eliminates allergens and other contaminants before they enter your home. Boosting your indoor air quality is critical during the colder months, especially when you are more likely to be indoors.

Prevent Carbon Monoxide Poisoning

Carbon monoxide is a byproduct of incomplete fuel combustion and can be fatal if it’s not kept in check. Malfunctioning furnaces are a common source of carbon monoxide poisoning. Check your carbon monoxide detectors often to keep you and your family safe when your heating system is working hard. Our heating and cooling technicians will check your furnace for any potential CO leaks during an HVAC service call.

If a leak is detected, we will repair it and asses any other signs of damage in your heating system. Catching problems with your furnace or heat pump early will keep you healthy and the cost of an emergency repair low in the future. If you are concerned about carbon monoxide seeping into your home, here are a few symptoms to watch for:

  • Chest pain
  • Dizziness
  • Sudden exhaustion
  • Nausea
  • Headaches
  • Other flu-like symptoms

Scheduling HVAC service in the fall will catch issues with your cooling and heating system at the same time. Your air conditioner will perform flawlessly at the start of summer next year, and your furnace will keep you warm throughout the winter without major breakdowns. Contact Gainesville Mechanical today and schedule HVAC service with our heating and cooling professionals.

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