Add AC Repair and Service to Your Spring To-Do List

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It’s finally spring. We know your to-do list is probably long, but we have some things you can add that will save you from potential problems and keep you comfortable over the summer. When the weather gets hot in Bossier City, an AC repair is the last thing you want to worry about. Read this checklist to save yourself from sweating this summer.

  1. Inspect Your Air Filter and Ducts
    You’ve read this here before. Changing your air filter is so important and frequently forgotten by homeowners. A dirty air filter makes your system work a lot harder to keep your home comfortable. Hard work means less efficiency and additional money. Plus, it causes undesirable wear and tear on your system. People also forget their ducts and registers. It’s a great idea to remove the covers from your registers and vacuum them. Then you should soak the covers in mild dish soap, scrub them if needed and reattach when they’re dry.
  2. Clean Your Outdoor Unit
    Keep debris like grass clippings, leaves and plants away from your outside unit. Debris can block your system and impact its efficiency.
  3. Schedule Your Annual AC Tune-Up
    Here’s where Brooks Heating and Air Conditioning can help with that to-do list. Having once a year AC tune-ups extends your system’s life and helps it stay running at peak efficiency. It’s best to schedule your tune-up in early spring so any AC repairs can be fixed before summer brings the heat. When you think about the value of the life of your system, the cost of a tune-up is a small investment.

While we may not be able to help you with all the items on your spring to-do list, we can provide service to you with all the things that influence your home comfort. We’ll help you stay cool and comfortable throughout summer. If you have any questions about your home comfort or you want to schedule your annual AC tune-up, call us at 800-COOLING. If it’s more accessible for you, you can also schedule your appointment with us online.

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