Are HVAC Tasks on Your Spring Cleaning List?

Schedule your air conditioner tune-up before temperatures rise.

It seems like the new year just started, and now it’s almost spring! That means some homeowners are beginning to think about spring cleaning. As you prepare to clear out the clutter, clean the windows, mop the floors, and gear up for other chores, don’t forget about the following tasks: 

Replace Your HVAC Air Filter

Did you know most manufacturers and HVAC experts recommend replacing your home’s air filter every 90 days? This is a general guideline, of course, and many homeowners find that they need to change their air filters more often because of factors unique to their situation (e.g., if they have pets in the family).

Changing your air filter in the spring prepares your HVAC system for the influx of spring pollen and dust. Plus, it ensures your HVAC system can run efficiently without getting clogged up by dirt and grime.

Schedule an HVAC Tune-Up

Routine HVAC maintenance, including ductwork inspection and cleaning, is important. Dirty ductwork can make your home’s heating and cooling system less efficient and aggravate allergies. If you have anyone in your home that experiences springtime allergies, you’ll want your ductwork to be as clean as possible before spring rolls around!

Schedule an Inspection for Your Home’s Air Purification System

In springtime, it’s nice to open the windows and air out the house. But that also means environmental contaminants may be blowing in and lowering your air quality. Schedule a seasonal checkup for your air purification system to make sure it’s functioning properly.

Is It Time for a Tune-Up?

HomePro is a full-service HVAC service and repair company, so we can take care of all your HVAC “spring cleaning” tasks. When you enroll in our maintenance plan, you won’t even have to keep track of when it’s time for service, because we’ll call you with a friendly reminder. 

It’s never too early to schedule your service appointment – call us now, and cross a few tasks off your to-do list: (317) 271-2665.