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    If you haven’t noticed yet, we here in the Texas Hill Country are in for a hot summer. That’s why it’s critical, this year as much as ever, to get routine maintenance done on your air conditioning to make sure it’s ready for the hot conditions to come! In this post, we’ll explore a few of the critical reasons that you should get your HVAC maintained as soon as possible!

    BENEFITS

    If everything seems to be working fine, a maintenance check may not seem necessary. But your HVAC, as with any appliance, could have problems you may not even realize yet. Better to get them taken care of now than wait for disaster to strike.

    • A tuned-up A/C will run more effectively. A professional inspection could reveal small issues with your system hardware that could decrease the effectiveness. Regular maintenance will prevent small problems from getting bigger.
    • Maintenance will improve the energy efficiency of your entire system. This means less energy will be needed to effectively cool your home, which will result in savings on your power bill. Regular maintenance really adds up over time, and can make a huge difference in keeping your system running strong.
    • Regular maintenance means a decreased chance of full-cost repairs or replacement. When the age of a system makes repairs necessary, they’ll likely be much less expensive if you’ve had regular maintenance.
    • When it comes to needing actual replacement, regular maintenance will actually help your system last longer. A system with little to no maintenance will likely need to be replaced within 10 years, but a properly maintained until should last 15 years or longer.

    WORTH THE CALL

    There are several reasons that maintaining your HVAC should be performed by a certified technician, and not attempted by a homeowner. The Bosworth Company’s technicians are full-certified and know exactly what to look for to keep you cool all summer, and for years to come. Make an appointment online or call us today at (830) 428-2764. It’s Worth the Call. Always.