With spring just around the corner in the Florida Panhandle, it’s time to get started on spring maintenance tasks. One of the most important tasks is to make sure that your air conditioner is ready for warmer weather. A spring tune-up completed by a professional heating, ventilation and air conditioning contractor will examine all parts of the air conditioner. Seasonal furnace and a/c maintenance finds small problems before they become big, saving money and reducing the occurrence of untimely breakdowns.

Spring Tune-Ups

Springtime preventive maintenance examines all elements of the HVAC system:

  • Clean or change filter, as needed
  • Oil all moving parts
  • Check refrigerant levels
  • Clean compressor housing and coils
  • Clean drip pans and tubing
  • Ensure unit cycles on and off properly
  • Check electrical connections
  • Calibrate thermostat

Filters should be cleaned or replaced every few months, a task that can be done by a homeowner. A dirty filter allows airborne particulates such as animal dander, dust and pollen to enter the living space through ducts. These pollutants affect indoor air quality. Tune-ups help prolong the life of the unit and increase efficiency.

All Seasons Service Network

All Seasons Service Network provides new installations, preventive maintenance and scheduled repair services for all makes and models of heating and air conditioning equipment. We serve communities in the Florida Panhandle including Milton, Pensacola and Perdido Beach.

Our services include:

  • New HVAC installations
  • Geothermal heat pump installation
  • Seasonal tune-ups
  • 24-hour emergency service
  • Air conditioning and furnace repair
  • Annual furnace and a/c maintenance contracts

We also provide indoor air quality products that help keep the air in your home or business clean. To schedule a spring tune-up or find out more about improving your indoor air quality, call 850-637-8479 to speak to one of our technicians. We provide free estimates and make sure that you understand our recommendations before we begin work.