Heat pumps make terrific comfort systems in Florida: they provide the necessary powerful air conditioning for the long, hot season, and then change over to working as an energy-efficient and safe alternative to a furnace during the short cold season.
Kool Breeze of Northwest Florida, Inc Blog: Archive for March, 2016
The last two weeks we discussed spring air conditioning maintenance, and we’re going to address it again this week. There’s a good reason for this focus: routine inspections and tune-ups for an air conditioning system during the spring is one of the best things you can have done to prepare your home for the middle of the year. It’s a huge benefit to you in many ways.
Last week we brought up that it wasn’t too early to have your regular spring air conditioning maintenance scheduled. In fact, March is a great time to have this vital job done! It will give you plenty of preparation for the arrival of the summer weather so you can have any necessary repairs taken care of early. You’ll also be ready for whenever a sudden heat wave strikes.
The winters here in Northwest Florida are short and mild, and that means that while other regions of the country will still encounter cold days during March and into spring, we’re already moving toward warm conditions that will continue to rise steadily through to our hot and humid summers. You’ve probably already turned on your home’s air conditioner a few times so far in 2016, and that means the time has come to consider AC maintenance.