What Keeps Your HVAC System In Peak Condition? Annual ServiceIt may seem silly to schedule an annual service call for your cooling system if there doesn’t seem to be anything wrong with your air conditioning.  However, having your HVAC (heating, ventilation and air conditioning) systems inspected annually by a heating and cooling professional can yield a number of benefits. After all, you wouldn’t let your car go without a regular check up and oil change, right? Why should your HVAC system be any different? It’s a vital component in your comfort and well-being in your home.

Here are three important reasons why you should consider scheduling an annual service visit from your HVAC professional:

  • Comfort: No one in South Florida wants to have their air-conditioning system break down in the middle of the hot, muggy Florida summer or their heating system malfunction on a chilly night. Your HVAC contractor will clean and lubricate, as necessary, your system’s components. A clean system runs more efficiently, keeping your home comfortable and decreasing your energy consumption.
  • Energy efficiency: An HVAC system that’s running at peak performance uses less energy, saving you money on your utility bills. Who doesn’t like that? Plus using less energy is good for the environment.
  • Savings: Scheduling an annual service call ensures that your HVAC contractor will inspect your system thoroughly, and pinpoint any small issues that you need to address. If left unchecked, they could escalate into major, and costly, problems.

If you’d like to schedule an appointment for an HVAC professional to take a look at your South Florida HVAC system, contact the experts at Robert R. McGill Air Conditioning. We’ve been helping homeowners around the Palm Beach area with their cooling and other home-comfort needs since 1979.

Our goal is to help educate our customers in Palm Beach County, Florida about energy and home comfort issues (specific to HVAC systems). 

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