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5 A/C Maintenance Tips To Increase The Performance Of Your System

Updated: Aug 23, 2022

The A/C system in your home is one of the most expensive items to replace when it goes out. Keeping your A/C system maintained can help to prevent unexpected repairs, saving you money over the years of ownership. Today, we are going to look at 5 A/C maintenance tips you can do to increase the performance and longevity of your system.

Change Your Air Filter

One of the quickest and easiest ways to keep your A/C system maintained is by changing your air filter. Your air filter should be changed every 30 days (or what your specific air filter calls for) to ensure your A/C system is protected from dust and debris.

Keep Outside Unit Clear Of Plants And Bushes

In order to keep your outside unit running as efficiently as possible, you will want to keep it clean and clear of any debris. For your outside unit to run at peak performance, you will want to keep plants and bushes away from the unit to prevent them from falling into the unit or clogging up the outside of the unit.

Check Your Drain Line

Most A/C units are going to have a drain line, or condensate line, where condensation from the unit drains outside of your home. This line can become clogged over time, allowing water to back up and leak into your home.

Use A Programmable Thermostat

If you are still using a non-programmable thermostat, it is time to upgrade. A programmable thermostat is going to allow you to set specific temperature schedules to keep your A/C running as efficiently as possible. Upgrading to a smart thermostat can help to save you even more money.

Schedule Professional Maintenance With Zip Air

Lastly, you will want to schedule professional A/C maintenance with a reputable company such as Zip Air. A professional A/C company can inspect your A/C system and perform general maintenance to ensure you stay ahead of any potential problems. As one of the top A/C service companies in Central Texas since 2004, our team of professionals can help keep your A/C maintained year-round!


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