It’s April! Spring has sprung! Trees are budding, birds are nesting, and flowers are bursting into pink and yellow blooms. Warm, pleasant days in the upper 70′s and lower 80′s make it perfect weather for opening windows and airing out your home. No need to run the furnace, and no need to run the air conditioner. Yet…
By now, you’ve noticed the building humidity and the lengthening days means summer is coming with all that Texas heat. Is your HVAC system ready to handle it this year? After all, your outside unit suffered through a longer and colder winter than normal. Certainly, you should wash dirt out from the cooling coils and clear out any dried grass or leaves from the fan. You should also change the air filter and then test-run the system to make sure it’s at least working.
But unless you’re a professional, how do you know your air conditioner is performing at its peak efficiency to save you money? How do you know whether or not it has a little problem that will get worse if it’s not fixed? How do you know if it’s on its last leg? How do you know that it won’t burn out the first day it hits 90°F?
Get your air conditioning ready now for the summer with an inspection and tune up when you sign up for Direct Energy Home Services. For a as little as $15.99 a month, your air conditioning system will receive 2 annual system check-ups from an experienced HVAC technician. They’ll be able to analyze, diagnose, and repair any issues that might arise, as well as point out those little things (like furniture-blocked air vents) that will keep your air conditioner running at top efficiency.
You can choose from three levels of protection featuring discounts off repairs, coverage for any model at any age, and priority service when scheduling appointments. If your system can’t take the heat, you’ll be covered and be at the front of the line for repairs. And if you’re worried about replacement parts and labor costing hundreds of dollars, don’t lose your cool: a Direct Energy Home Services plan can eliminate many sudden repair costs and may even prevent a breakdown from happening.
Check out First Choice Power’s summer air conditioner hints and other energy saving tips at our Learning Center. We’ll help keep you cool all summer long.