5 Ways to Make Sure Your Air Conditioner is Ready for Fall

October 24, 2016

There are likely some things you do to get yourself prepared for fall in Racine, like get your long sleeved shirts out of storage and plot your Instagram-worthy pumpkin carving. There are a couple things you might forget about while doing your fall prep – like your air conditioner. We’re about to say sayonara to warm weather and we’re leaping into cooler months. Along with your routine air conditioner service from Keystone Heating & Air Conditioning Co., Inc, we have a couple tips that might help keep you cozy and get your air conditioner ready for the change in season.

  1. Check and Replace Your Air Filter
    This is easy advice for every season in Racine. Before you completely stop using your air conditioner, go switch out your filter from dusty to clean. A filthy filter means your air conditioner has to try harder to keep you comfortable which may negatively impact your comfort and result in higher bills.
  2. Unblock Vents and Registers
    As you’ve rearranged furniture or brought more into the house, ensure you haven’t blocked any of your vents. A blocked vent has the chance to raise your utility bills.
  3. Schedule Annual Air Conditioner Service
    Fall is the perfect time in Racine to get your air conditioner inspected by one of our professional technicians. We will do a thorough inspection of your unit and be sure it will be in good working order for the upcoming cooler months in Racine. Regular air conditioner service can help you get the most out of your air conditioner’s performance, and may also affect the life of your system. Not to mention that a large percentage of the emergency calls we get over these next few months are attributed to a lack of maintenance.

We want you to enjoy every portion of the season in comfort. If you have any questions for us about getting your home ready for fall or need to arrange your regular air conditioner service give the professionals at Keystone Heating & Air Conditioning Co., Inc a call at 262-358-9468.