If you’re looking to ensure the longevity and optimal performance of your heating and cooling systems, you’ve come to the right place. At Dycus Heating and Air Conditioning, Inc., it’s not only about making installations and replacements, but also educating patrons on how to get the best out of these systems. We’ve prepared a few tips and tricks to help you.
Know When Your AC Needs Installation
Understanding the signs of a failing AC is the first step. Often, recurring issues, inefficient cooling, or escalating energy bills suggest a problem. If your unit is more than a decade old and increasingly breaking down despite regular maintenances, it could be time for a new AC installation.
Tricks to Maintain Your New AC
After installing your new AC, consistent maintenance is key. Regularly clean or replace air filters, clear out items that block AC vents, schedule professional maintenance checks, and ensure the exterior compressor unit isn’t covered or hedged in. Act on these tips and extend the longevity of your AC unit.
Signals for Furnace Replacement
Differentiating between repairable furnace problems and those warranting replacement can be challenging. Watch out for persistent noise, frequent need for repairs, inconsistent heating, or yellow, instead of blue, burner flame. If your furnace has been around for 15 to 20 years, investing in a furnace replacement is wise.
Get Efficient with New Furnace Operations
Post furnace replacement, remember to check the filter monthly and replace it at least every three months. Keeping the area around the furnace clean and clear improves both safety and efficiency, while yearly professional checks help to enhance its performance.
We hope this advice turns into action and provides practical solutions for your heating and air conditioning needs. At Dycus Heating and Air Conditioning, Inc., our aim is seamless installation, efficient operation, and reliable performance. Enjoy the warm indoors during winter chill, and the cool breezes during summer heat. With Dycus, comfort is within reach!