Sloan Service Company, Inc. Blog: Posts Tagged ‘AC Maintenance’

What Do You Get With AC Maintenance?

Monday, April 27th, 2020

The temperatures are on the rise and truthfully we are looking forward to being able to shed a layer after the morning chill has passed. You are going to be relying on your air conditioner a lot more in the coming weeks as the warmth turns to full-blown heat. This means that it is actually the perfect time to ensure you schedule your yearly air conditioning tune-up in Cary, NC if you haven’t done so already.

If you are one of those who are hesitating to schedule their annual maintenance appointment because you aren’t sure if it is truly necessary for the long-term operation of your AC, we’d love to explain more about the benefits of this service.

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Do You Need to Change Your Air Filter?

Monday, September 30th, 2019
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We know, you’ve heard plenty of people talk about changing the air filter to your air conditioner. We’re not like your dentist, we won’t just tell you over and over again to clean your filter—instead, we’d like to go into just how often you should be cleaning it, and what factors are at play when you’re dealing with this part of your AC. You’d be surprised by what you can learn about AC repair in Raleigh, NC and the process of home cooling by thinking about how much it differs from family to family!

You’ve probably heard the idea that you should change your air filter every one to three months, but that’s a wide window of change. That’s why we’re writing this blog, so we can help you decide if you should change your filter every month, every two months, or perhaps every three months, depending on your living situation.

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End of the Summer AC Checklist

Monday, September 16th, 2019

Before you go ahead and put your AC away for the winter, there are a few helpful things you can do to make sure it’s in great condition for next summer. An improperly stored air conditioner through the winter could damage certain components of it or make the set up of it next year more difficult than it should be. Homeowners like to think that their AC is fine being left alone as is, but the truth of the matter is that some winter weather phenomena can make the storage process a little more complicated than that.

So, if you’re one of the few homeowners who are concerned with the storage of their AC and improving the lifespan of such an expensive system, then we advise you to keep reading for our end of the year AC checklist! If you perform these steps, and you’re still having AC problems as next summer rolls around, then it might be time for an AC upgrade in Raleigh, NC.

Either way, keep reading for some professional tips!

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