Why Your New Air Conditioning System Should Be Professionally Maintained

Now that you've decided to install a new air conditioner in your home, it's a good idea to schedule regular maintenance sessions with a professional right away. 

Reduce the Risk of Needing Repairs

Having your new air conditioner professionally maintained on a regular basis will effectively help to reduce the risk that you'll need repairs in the coming years. Not only will regular maintenance reduce wear and tear, so your air conditioner stays in great shape as it ages, but your service provider will have the experience needed to spot any small problems that might be present so they can be fixed affordably and they aren't left to fester.

If small problems do arise and they aren't addressed quickly, it could result in the development of further damage requiring the need for pricey repairs or even part replacements. And because you're not an expert and likely don't know what problems to look for, it makes sense to have a professional regularly inspect and maintain your air conditioning system for you.

Improve Your Household's Air Quality

Having the air ducts of your new air conditioning system cleaned before summer will effectively get rid of built-up dust, mold, and mildew that have settled within the ducts during the winter season when the air conditioner was not being used. If you turn your air conditioner on after mold and mildew have been allowed to build up, those pollutants can be blown into your home's air while the air conditioner runs.

Exposure to mold and mildew can have serious health consequences for you and your family, such as allergy developments, skin irritations, and even organ damage. So having a professional clean the air ducts during their regular maintenance visits should help keep your home's air cleaner and enhance your family's overall quality of life.

Avoid Voiding Your Warranty

If a part is improperly put back into place after being cleaned, you don't complete all of the maintenance tasks the manufacturer expects you to, or you damage your system while maintaining it, you may void your warranty and end up having to pay out of pocket if something were to go wrong even if due to a manufacturer's defect. 

Making sure that your new air conditioner is professionally maintained is an excellent way to ensure that your warranty isn't voided due to human error of some kind. You can expect your service provider to have the knowledge and experience needed to avoid common oversights and mistakes.

For more information, contact an AC maintenance service today!