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Winter is finally over and the sun is shining bright! Before we know it, it’s going to be warm and it will be time to turn on the air conditioning. As the warmer months draw near, it is important to prepare your air conditioning system for the heat. After all, you don’t want your air conditioning to malfunction on the first warm day of the year, do you? Here are some tips from RSP, your top choice for AC repair in Carterville.

 

Inspect

Before even starting up your system for the first time, you should inspect it for debris. If you have a cover on your air conditioning, remove it before use. Keeping your air conditioning covered is a great way to protect your unit from debris. However, if you fail to remove the cover from your system, you can cause unexpected issues to occur.

 

Check the Fuse or Breaker

Many homeowners opt to turn off the power for their air conditioning unit during the winter to keep it from running unintentionally. It’s easy to forget that this has been done, so be sure to check your fuses and breakers as you are preparing your unit for the spring.

 

Air Filters

Take a look at the air filters on your indoor unit. A dirty filter can impact the function of your air conditioning system, making it less efficient as it drives up your energy costs. If your filter happens to be dirty, replace it with a new, clean filter.

 

Clean Your Air Conditioning Unit

Check the outside coils of your air conditioning unit for cleanliness. Dirty coils, much like dirty filters, lead to inefficient system operations and can damage your system. If your coils are dirty, use a low-pressure hose to gently wash away the dirt and debris.

 

Have Air Conditioning Maintenance Performed on Your Unit

Call up an expert to take a look at your air conditioning system and make sure that it is in tip-top shape for the warm spring and summer months. Scheduling professional maintenance helps to keep your air conditioning running as efficiently as possible. Additionally, a preventative maintenance visit helps prevent future damage and lets you rest assured knowing that your air conditioning system is working well. 

 

Ready to schedule a maintenance visit or AC repair in Carterville or surrounding areas? Contact the experts at RSP Heating and Cooling today! Our team is happy to help answer your questions, schedule a preventative maintenance visit

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