There is a lot of chaos during the first hot week of summer. There haven’t been many people who have turned on their air conditioning yet, and when they do, they have to scramble to have it repaired before it can be turned on again. A few days of waiting is common when all of the heating and cooling companies are completely booked, so people should expect to be inconvenienced. As a result, you may find yourself trapped in the heat for the duration of the hot weather, with no access to air conditioning or cooling. Making sure your air conditioner is up and running before the first humid 90-degree day can save you the hassle of having to deal with it afterward.
The following is the appropriate site if you are looking for ideas and tips on how to prepare your air conditioning system for the next winter months ahead. During this part, we’ll go over some preventative maintenance tips, along with some safety considerations you should take before doing any work on your Machine.

What you can do to lend a hand
Before you begin, be sure that the energy to your air conditioning system has been switched off completely. This is a common mistake that may lead to safety concerns as well as additional complications down the line. To ensure that your air conditioner is completely shut off, turn off the energy from both the breaker box and the 240v disconnect that is directly connected to your air conditioner. The disconnect is often located on the outside of your house, right next to the air conditioner, and it is operated by a lever that you may pull to turn it off when necessary.

Replace the furnace filter on a regular basis to ensure maximum efficiency.
Although this seems to be a straightforward solution, it has the ability to tackle a wide range of issues. This may occur if the airflow to your furnace is restricted, resulting in the freezing of the air conditioning coil inside your furnace. A leak in your furnace room, as well as a general failure of the whole system, may ensue as a consequence of this condition.

Remove any debris that has accumulated around the exterior unit.
Over the course of the fall and winter, it is probable that a substantial number of leaves and other debris gathered around your outdoor heating and cooling unit. It is necessary to thoroughly clean the unit of any debris before using it in order to ensure that everything functions as it is intended. Make an effort to clean the condenser’s exterior as well, if at all feasible. The fins on the outside of the vehicle are constructed of metal, and they have the ability to collect dirt and debris, which may cause them to get blocked. You may clean it by attaching a vacuum attachment with a brush to it and vacuuming it. Handle the metal fins with care to prevent them from being twisted or broken.

Other thoughts and nuggets of knowledge
Replace your old thermostat with a smart thermostat in order to save money and energy on your heating and cooling bills.
Your air conditioner may perform better as a result of this, enabling you to save money on your cooling costs throughout the summer. It is possible that this will result in a more comfortable atmosphere as a consequence of the customized options that they supply.

It is necessary to inspect your ductwork for leaks.
If you discover any holes or leaks in your ventilation system, you must seal them immediately using aluminum duct tape. If you see any significant disconnections or holes in your HVAC ductwork, call a local heating and air conditioning technician right once for assistance.
Check to see that the drainpipe is not clogged.
Keep an eye out for blocked or clogged drain lines that exit the coil box (near the top of your furnace), since this may lead to more significant issues down the road.
Restore power to the system as soon as possible.
It may be tough to remember to reconnect the 240v disconnect outside and to turn the breaker back on when the job is completed. When you’re through with your maintenance, make it a point to do so immediately.

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What to expect when you hire us.

After initial contact, we will immediately enter your contact information into our state of the art customer database. Our customer database will send four notifications. The first confirms our appointment, the second is when we are on our way with our estimated arrival time, the third is when the process begins and the last is once we have completed the process. This is when an automatic invoice will be generated. After that, you will receive your immediate confirmation of payment received. 

We ask that any furniture or obstruction in front of the registers or vents are removed so that we may have access. We are a pet friendly company but will be leaving and re-entering your home, so we ask that you secure them. The entire process beginning to end is approximately 4 to 5 hours.

Two technicians wearing a Luxe Ducts uniform, who will be driving a company marked vehicle, will arrive at your home. Upon entering your home they will wear pink booties. We kindly ask that you show us where all the furnace and/or dryer vents are located.

Our team will then prepare your home for the process which means putting masking tape over vents and registers, laying down protective floor runners, as well as corner guards to protect the corners of your walls. 

Luxe Ducts goes to each individual vent, return and trunk lines. We use a high powered speed whip and use high powered gas vacuums to ensure your ducts are perfectly cleaned every time, guaranteed. 

(If this service is added) After the ventilation system is clean, we will fog anti-bacterial sanitizer throughout the entire system to eliminate any minor molding, bacteria and viruses in your ductwork. Once completed we will turn your newly sanitized home back to you.  

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