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Retiring Your Air Conditioner for the Winter

Has warm weather officially moved out of your area?

Hello December.

Fall is ending, and the first day of winter is going to be here before you know it. Are you ready to put away the cooling equipment for the winter? If you have an air conditioner, this may be a question you want to ask yourself before the first snow falls.

Here are a couple things you will want to do to get your air conditioner ready for a long, cold winter.

  1. Make sure you clear any leaves or debris away from your outdoor equipment. When it comes to the efficiency and longevity of your heating and air conditioning equipment, airflow is key. Restricted airflow can cause many problems such as decreased system lifespan, increased utility bills and decreased comfort during the summer. Clearing autumn leaves and debris away from your air conditioner before the start of winter can make the process of turning your air conditioner back on during the spring simpler.
  2. If you noticed issues with your air conditioner during the cooling season, consider replacing your equipment during the winter. This way you won’t spend days during the hotter months without your air conditioner. Just make sure you have your contractor come out before the start of the cooling season to make sure your system is properly charged.

While you’re preparing for winter, don’t forget to give us a call for preventative maintenance. This will ensure that your heating equipment is ready to tackle the cold weather.