Should You Get Air Conditioning Service in the Fall?
Roach Energy gets you ahead of the game with HVAC maintenance.
When it comes to your home’s cooling equipment, “out of sight; out of mind” is not a good policy.
You might have shut down your central air conditioning or ductless mini-splits for the season, but that doesn’t mean you should forget about them for the whole fall and winter. Air conditioning maintenance is a crucial part of ensuring your family’s comfort. Scheduling it every year yields some tangible benefits:
Lower energy bills because of high A/C efficiency
Longer service life for your cooling system
Fewer air conditioning repairs
Improved indoor air quality
The relatively low cost of an A/C tune-up is an investment in energy savings and superior comfort. Fall is an excellent time for households in Berkeley, Morgan, Jefferson, and Washington counties to schedule their A/C service with Roach Energy.
Why is fall a good time for A/C maintenance?
The calibration, cleaning, lubrication and testing your cooling equipment receives as part of an A/C tune-up won’t “wear off” during the winter. Taking care of your A/C maintenance in the fall is like buying holiday gifts in July. It just puts you ahead of the crowds.
Speaking of crowds, our technicians’ service schedules will be extremely crowded in the late spring, when homeowners want their HVAC system serviced before summer. In the fall, we aren’t dealing with no-heat emergencies or a crush of A/C repair and service calls. You’ll have a broad choice of appointments. Additionally, your comfort won’t be impacted during our service visit when the weather is mild.
How would you like a free A/C tune-up?
Many Roach Energy customers get complimentary yearly maintenance because they have an Air Conditioning or Heat Pump Service Plan. These affordable A/C plans come with a FREE annual tune-up, priority service and discounts on repair parts and labor.
What else can you do to prepare for the cool weather?
While you’re thinking about ways to get ready for the change in season, here are some ways to get a head start on winter:
Check your air filters — If you have a forced-air HVAC system (with central A/C and a furnace), we recommend you check your air filters monthly during peak heating and cooling months. Dirty or clogged filters can lower system efficiency and lead to less healthy indoor air.
Give your heating equipment a test run — Power on your furnace or boiler and raise the temperature on your thermostat. This will allow you to confirm that your equipment is in working order. If there’s a problem, our HVAC repair team will help you fix it before the first flake of snow.
Fill your fuel tank — Did you finish last winter with a low heating oil or propane tank? You don’t want to risk an unexpected fuel run-out. Contact Roach Energy for a fall fuel delivery. Better yet, sign up for our FREE automatic delivery option so you never need to call for heating fuel again.
Get in touch with the Roach Energy team to arrange your fall A/C maintenance.