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Four Ways To Extend The Life Of Your HVAC System




1. Install a Programmable Thermostat

Overworking your HVAC System is a great way to shorten its’ life. Installing a programmable thermostat controls the usage of your HVAC system. It allows you to set a predefined schedule that adjusts the temperature of your home based on time of day and season, turning the heat down at night and during the day when no one is around.


2. Replace Air Filters

If your air filter looks like an old, dusty accordion, it’s past time to replace the filter. Often neglected, your air filter can cause your HVAC System to blow cold air and drain the life out of your HVAC System if not replaced or cleaned. The air filter function is to clean the air and protect your system from allowing dirt and debris to enter the HVAC System.


3. Prevent Air Leaks

Air leaks rob you of the conditioned air your HVAC System works so hard to produce. Not only do air leaks drain your home of that warm air but it also pushes your HVAC System to work harder and longer, resulting in a reduction of its lifespan. Your front door, windows, walls, bathroom and kitchen vents, basement intrusions and any small gaps and spaces can allow air to infiltrate. Preventing drafts and eliminating air leaks to ensure your home is properly sealed and insulated is one of the best things you can do to improve the comfort of your home as well as the life of your HVAC System.


4. Perform Regular Maintenance

To avoid the nightmare of getting your HVAC System replaced, we recommend having your HVAC System cleaned and maintained at regular intervals. When you get your HVAC System tuned up, an expert Hesse Air technician will run through an extensive checklist of items to ensure you’re eliminating future issues that could occur on the most extreme Texas weather.


Why not schedule your maintenance with us, Hesse Air. We understand the hustle and bustle of everyday life and how a broken HVAC System needing repairs can throw a wrench into your schedule. By performing maintenance with us, you can expect an immediate response and honest, hard work. Schedule your maintenance and trust Hesse Air. We are looking forward to hearing from you.


Steve Hesse

Owner, Hesse Air

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