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Spring Maintenance: Check Up On Your HVAC

Spring has officially arrived here in the beautiful city of San Diego, and with the arrival of spring comes the beginning of warmer and warmer temperatures. As a result of the changing seasons, we can safely bet that homeowners throughout the San Diego area are going to start using their air conditioning systems a lot more. It could be that you’ve already started to kick your HVAC into overdrive in order to keep your home cool and comfortable. The heating component of your HVAC system is gradually going to be used less and less as the system transitions into air conditioning, which means that now is the time to perform a routine maintenance check on your HVAC system. It’s very important to do this routine maintenance check before temperatures start to get really hot, as you do not want to find yourself in a swelteringly hot house due to a poorly functioning HVAC system. That is why it’s a great idea to annually check up on your HVAC system when spring arrives and the flowers are starting to bloom. In order to ensure that you have the tools and information necessary to do a thorough check up on your HVAC system, our team here at Divine Home Remodeling has put together this article. Here you’ll find everything you need to know in order to do a adequately thorough inspection of your heating and cooling system and make sure everything is in working order. In the event that you detect less-than-optimal functioning of your HVAC, remember: repair and maintenance of HVAC systems is one of our very top specialties. We offer estimates completely free of charge on any and all of our services, so in the event that you do detect a malfunction, don’t hesitate to get in touch with us right away! Filter Replacement One of the first and most important things you can do for a spring maintenance/check-up of your HVAC system is to replace the filters. Chances are it’s been about a year’s time since your filters were replaced. What’s even more significant is that it probably has been some time since you ran your air conditioning, which means that dust has had the chance to collect and settle in the filters of your AC system. As you start to ramp up the usage of your AC system, that dust will flow into your home, causing undesirable outcomes like sneezing, coughing, itchy eyes, and other allergy-associated symptoms. To avoid this, it’s always a good idea to replace the filters before you start to really crank up the AC as temperatures outdoors rise. Outdoor Clean-up Another important task for ensuring