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TIP! Every spring you need to make sure your condenser fan’s coils and blades on the fan part are clean. First, turn the power off so nothing moves when you’re working with it.

An HVAC system is something that many people pick to have inside their home. A good HVAC unit keeps temperatures in the home at comfortable levels. This HVAC system has many delicate parts to it, and it is very important that professionals are hired to put it in as well as perform yearly maintenance. Read on for solid tips that will help you with your HVAC unit.

TIP! When you cut the grass, make sure your mower isn’t tossing clippings toward your outdoor units. Direct the clippings away from the equipment.

If you have some problems with the HVAC system, check out your home before calling a contractor. Note which rooms are hot and which are cold. This can help the contractor determine the problem areas quickly and fix the problem easily.

TIP! During the fall, leaves can gather around your HVAC. Make sure the unit’s fan grill is cleaned frequently when the leaves begin to fall.

Before the summer you should clean out your condenser fan’s blades and coils. The power to the unit should be removed before you begin any maintenance, even cleaning. In addition, be sure to get rid of any leaves or other debris that may have accumulated on the outside condenser.

TIP! Once it gets cold outside, you should turn off the outdoor condenser unit. To avoid damage, units should be turned off when temperatures are below 60 degrees.

Regularly remove debris from outside condenser units. Things tend to pile up around these units, especially after storms come through, which could cause problems to your system. Overheating may be the result if you don’t.

TIP! A programmable thermostat can really help you out when it comes to your power bills. In fact, you can save as much as 10 percent on both heating and cooling when you turn your thermostat by by 10-15 percent for at least 8 hours daily.

During the fall, leaves can gather around your HVAC. During this time of year, check and clear off the fan grill on your unit on a regular basis. If your fan is obstructed, it can keep your system from working properly.

TIP! If nobody is home, turn off the AC. Even though the house will get hotter, it won’t get too bad if the unit is off.

If you can choose the place where your outdoor compressor goes, pick a spot with lots of shade. The cooler air entering the unit will require less work to get to the proper temperature.

TIP! Never allow the temperature in your home to rise to a dangerously high level. Even the best air conditioners can only realistically cool your home approximately 20 degrees Farenheit.

There are plenty of tips that will help when you find yourself dealing with a contractor. These tips are found in the article above, of course, but there are others as well. You need to be sure that the system is properly installed, maintained and working how it should. Put the above tips to use to have a properly functioning HVAC system.

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