Air conditioners are a very important investment, especially in Albuquerque! Taking care of your air conditioning system will help to ensure that your home and your family will be kept comfortable throughout the spring and summer (and knowing Albuquerque, part of the fall, too!).
When you start your spring cleaning, it is the perfect time to give your air conditioner some attention. And while you’re at it, spring is the perfect time to make sure that your furnace is working — it’s better to get it cleaned and checked now than to wait until the cold weather is back.
Maintenance doesn’t have to take that long, and it is very important to ensure your Albuquerque HVAC system runs well and is effective all through the seasons.
Clean Your HVAC Vents
Dust can build up in the HVAC system, and without timely inspection and maintenance, the vents and the registers can easily get clogged. It’s a good idea to vacuum or wipe down all your vents and registers, or, better still, you can wash them in hot soapy water. Use a brush or sponge to help wash away the dust and rust. Make sure you let them dry before you reinstall them.
Repair Your Furnace
Like any other appliance, furnaces require regular maintenance. Perhaps over the winter months you noticed some weird noises from your furnace, or it just didn’t seem to be heating like it should. Maybe you noticed that along with less heat, your utility bills were higher.
Spring is the perfect time to check your furnace for blocked air filters and other problems. If you don’t know your way around a furnace and you want to make sure the job is done right, it’s a good idea to call the professionals at Thompson Heating & Air Conditioning!
Convert Your Swamp Cooler
Spring is the perfect time to go from a swamp cooler to an air conditioner. If you decide the time has come to make the switch, Thompson Heating & Air Conditioning can help.
All of this may sound like too much to think about, but not to worry — we can help! Give us a call for all of your HVAC spring cleaning or conversion needs: (505) 884-2675.