We can already tell it’s going to be a hot summer here in North Carolina… And when your system has to work harder to keep you and your house cool, you’re putting more stress on the entire unit—which eventually can lead to breakdowns or malfunctions. So when is the best time to service your AC unit? And how can you make sure that your unit won’t die by the end of the summer? Keep reading to find out the answer to these questions and more.
We’ll let you know right now that you shouldn’t wait until your unit breaks down in order to get it checked out. It’s important to do routine checkups (just like you schedule routine checkups at the doctor and dentist!). This is why we offer Peace of Mind Membership Plans that come with both a spring and fall cleaning and safety check—plus other great perks like repairs, replacements, discounts, and more.
No matter what, you shouldn’t avoid maintenance or wait too long to get your unit repaired, as it causes even more serious damage. Planning for regular cleanings and safety checks is your best bet and ensuring your unit doesn’t break down in the middle of a hot and humid NC summer (because nobody wants that!).
Now, the best time to service your AC unit, in general, is before you have to use it (a.k.a. the summertime). So right now, during the spring, is actually the perfect time to get your unit serviced. You don’t want to wait until it gets too hot, because if your unit does actually need to be repaired you’ll be stuck in the heat with nothing to cool you down. As we said before, don’t prolong maintenance!
Beat the Heat
As a local business, we know everything that comes with NC summers and how brutal they can be on your AC unit. We’re at your service when it comes to checkups, cleanings, parts, repairs, and even emergency services—so if your unit does end up breaking down when it’s 100 degrees outside, we’ll be there to help. Take a look at our Peace of Mind Membership Plans to see which one is best for you, and don’t hesitate to give us a call at 919-823-6624 for more information!