Press Release (ePRNews.com) - Phoenix, AZ - Dec 28, 2016 - Parker & Sons, one of the Phoenix areas top rated HVAC, electrical, and plumbing service providers has recently announced a helpful tip for valley homeowners: to get your HVAC unit serviced and inspected.
“As a general rule, we tell our customers to schedule an appointment to have their HVAC system checked at least once a year,” said Parker & Sons representative Josh Kelly. “Depending on the unit you have, the size of your home, and how frequently you use your air conditioning or heat, it can sometimes be best to have someone inspect the unit in the fall for heating and in the spring for air conditioning.”
While preparing for the upcoming seasonal changes is always advised, it’s even more so to have your HVAC unit’s equipment inspected and serviced if need be. Kelly had comments to offer on this issue, saying that “…even if the entire system is working properly, there might be a piece of specific equipment or two that needs servicing. In these cases, the average person wouldn’t be aware of this problem, which is why scheduling an annual service appointment in order to avoid a worst case scenario for homeowners.”
The benefits of having your HVAC unit serviced at least once a year are numerous. Kelly mentioned that servicing the unit regularly, which can include a cleaning in some cases, can result in your HVAC unit’s overall life span, consistency in producing both cool and warm air, keep your product up to date, and even have the effect of saving money as the unit will be functioning properly and efficiently.
But another, lesser known benefit of having your HVAC unit inspected or serviced is that a Parker & Sons professional will be able to let you know their expert advice as to whether or not you should consider buying a new HVAC unit. While buying and having a new unit installed would obviously put a dent in your budget, many of the newer systems on the market that Parker & Sons work with and install regularly can actually help save money in the long run. An issue with older systems is that they tend to use more energy to work, and the older the unit, the more likely it will run into equipment or function related issues that would be too expensive to upkeep. Source :
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