You like to take the care of your Mount Pleasant, Texas, home into your own hands. But while you can change air filters and watch your heating and cooling habits, you need a professional to maintain the HVAC system that controls comfort and air quality in your living space. By leaving these HVAC tasks to the professionals, you can guarantee higher energy efficiency, a longer system lifespan and your own safety:

Cleaning the Interior of Your System

To ensure your HVAC system operates efficiently, it needs regular cleaning. Otherwise, the dust and dirt that collects within the system strains the unit, reduces efficiency and damages other components. While you can and should clean around your HVAC system, leave the interior of your system to professionals. A licensed HVAC service technician can carefully clean the components of your heating and cooling unit without causing damage to sensitive pieces of equipment.

Repairing and Replacing Components

You may be handy, but it takes significant training and experience to repair and replace HVAC components. Every component plays an important role in efficiently maintaining comfort in your living space. Even minor errors can impact your entire unit, resulting in expensive damage and higher energy bills. Electrical repairs can also harm you.

Calibrate Your Thermostat

Professional HVAC maintenance isn’t all about repairing mechanical components and cleaning sensitive technology. Our HVAC professionals can also calibrate your thermostat to better maintain efficient comfort in your home. If your thermostat isn’t calibrated correctly, it may read temperatures inaccurately and consequently waste energy and money by running your system. Our service technicians can also help you program your thermostat for greater energy savings.

The DIY HVAC maintenance you can perform is important. But leaving the right maintenance tasks to the professionals will ensure that your heating and cooling unit can efficiently maintain comfort in your home. To schedule professional maintenance today, call Wood Air Conditioning at 903-285-6550.

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