Despite the mild winter weather of Arizona, now is a good idea to have an HVAC company perform regular maintenance on your equipment. This maintenance is vital in ensuring proper functionality and to prevent the inconvenience of having a system malfunction. While you expect your air conditioning unit to always work correctly, there are precautions you can take to help ensure it. The regular maintenance of your unit can not only prevent the costs of service calls, but can also extend the overall life of your equipment. With spring just around the corner, many consumers find it a good time to have their systems cleaned and inspected by a trusted service provider. Whether you are calling about the unit in your business or personal residence, and have indoor or outdoor equipment, a Mesa heating technician can ensure that your system is working properly and check for any damage which could ultimately affect its functionality.

Unfortunately, many consumers ignore this suggestion, which can have costly and even dangerous repercussions. As a result of skipping preventative maintenance, consumers may experience more expensive energy bills, equipment failure, and even fire. If your Tempe air conditioning system is having trouble cooling your home to the selected temperature, it will work overtime which can be very costly. On the other hand, things such as dirty coils, low levels of refrigerant, and broken parts can eventually cause your system to stop working. This is not only inconvenient, but can be costly to fix. Mechanical failure and short circuits are also frequent causes of fire, with approximately 2,500 fires per year caused by air conditioning units1. In order to avoid such mishaps and to be fully prepared when the heat arrives, call Honest Air in Mesa to schedule an inspection today.


1National Fire Protection Association,