Waiting for your cooling system to malfunction before calling for service is a costly mistake. Not only will you suffer a disruption in comfort, repair needs are more time-consuming and expensive than seasonal maintenance. Have confidence that the NATE-certified technicians from Wasden Heating & Cooling Inc. will serve your best interests. Since ????, we’ve continued a reputation of integrity, quality, and affordability. Our goal is always to deliver cost-effective and long term solutions to your comfort needs. We have the experience you can trust.
Some of the many reasons to schedule seasonal maintenance from Wasden Heating & Cooling Inc. include:
- Just by replacing a clogged air filter with a clean one, we can lower energy consumption from 5% to 15%.
- According to recent studies, combining charge adjustment, airflow improvements, duct sealing, and the elimination of non-condensables, can achieve HVAC energy savings of up to 30%.
- A great deal of air transfer is needed to cool your home. Airflow problems can reduce system efficiency by 15%.
- If airflow across the condenser coil is restricted by dirt and debris, the ability to reject heat outdoors is reduced.
- When dirty coils lead to improper operation, the compressor or fans are likely to fail prematurely.
- A/C vents provide a breeding ground for black mold, which can spread throughout your home every time cooling is activated. Exposure to mold can lead to severe respiratory problems.
- Mold growth, originating in the condensate drain collector, quickly expands into the evaporator coil, clogging narrow air passages and restricting system airflow.
- Aluminum fins on evaporator and condenser coils may become bent and block airflow through the coil.
- Clogged condensate drain channels prevent proper dehumidification. Excess moisture can discolor walls or carpets.
- If algae is allowed to thrive unchecked in the condensate drain line or the drain trap, a blockage can form. Condensate overflow can cause extensive damage by the time it is noticed by homeowners.
- Air conditioning equipment is designed to operate correctly with a predetermined charge of refrigerant gas. Refrigerant charge problems result in insufficient cooling.
- The correct electrical control sequence ensures that the heating system and cooling system cannot operate simultaneously.
- Sealing leaky air ducts has the potential of delivering up to an extra half ton of air conditioning capacity.
- Checking the functionality of the thermostat safeguards comfort and energy costs.
- Scheduling maintenance in the spring allows time for replacement parts to be ordered and installed, eliminating inconvenient downtime.