How to Prep Your HVAC for Spring/Summer

As the weather warms up here on the Crystal Coast, we can head out and relax on the beaches down in Emerald Isle, hop in our boat for a (chilly) cruise
through Taylor’s Creek in Beaufort, or take a walk through Fort Macon Trail in Atlantic Beach. There are so many wonderful activities to take part
in, but let’s not forget to maintain our HVAC systems so it works properly as our thermometers increase.

Below are a few ways to prep your HVAC for the upcoming spring and summer seasons:

1.Change/clean the air filter. Regardless of the season, be sure to check your air filter at least once a month to clear out any dust or particles
that have accumulated throughout the month. When the weather warms up, be sure to completely change out your disposable filter for a clean, new one.

2.Prune around your unit. Your HVAC unit should be clear of any grass, branches, dirt and other debris at all times, but especially when the weather
warms up. In addition, refrain from planting any trees or bushes in close proximity to your unit when you’re planting new spring greenery!

3.Schedule a tune-up! You should always, always schedule a system tune-up when the seasons change. Give Coastal Home Services a call before your
flip the switch on your air conditioning for the first time. We will check to make sure everything is working properly and efficiently, and can fix
any problems well before you need to use your air conditioning.

Overall, thinking ahead and getting your HVAC system serviced, clear of debris, and cleaned are the most important things you can do to prep for the warmer
months ahead. Again, Coastal Home Services will help you save money and energy with installation, maintenance, and service throughout the year. Give
us a call at 252-222-0026 or fill out a form on our Contact Us page on our website!

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