The energy efficiency of your heating and air conditioning should be at the top of your priority list. Reducing your energy use is good for the planet and for your budget. An energy audit is a great way to get a look at the overall efficiency of your heating and cooling system and can help you prepare for spring. Here are two important ways it can help.
#1: Improved HVAC Performance
An energy audit, whether in the fall or the spring, can improve the performance of your heating and air conditioning. An audit with maintenance can make sure your systems are running at peak performance. Not only can an HVAC technician catch small issues before they become big problems, but they can inspect, clean, calibrate, and lubricate all of the components to make sure your AC is ready for the warmer weather. You’ll get more consistent cooling and a more comfortable home.
#2: Increased Energy Efficiency
When your air conditioner is dirty, has worn out parts, needs a new air filter, or has other issues that make it work overtime, it’s going to use significantly more energy than it should to keep up with demand. This is going to reduce its efficiency while increasing your monthly energy bill. Annual attention from a licensed HVAC tech can keep your system running effectively and efficiently, so it works reliably and uses less energy.
Increasing your energy efficiency by keeping your heating and air conditioning system running right with an energy audit is a great option. If you’re ready to save money on your air conditioning this spring, contact the team at H.H. Hovey Heating and Cooling, Inc.