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Why You Should Schedule Air Conditioning Maintenance Now

If you haven’t already had an annual maintenance visit for your air conditioning system from a professional, it’s time to pick up the phone and call a trusted HVAC contractor and schedule it. This is one of the most important items on a Spring “To Do” list, but early summer is still not too late to get it done—there are still plenty of hot days yet to come, and you want your air conditioner to be ready for them.

Don’t delay: call on Hall’s Heating, Air Conditioning & Refrigeration now to sign up for our maintenance program. We offer quality air conditioning service in Shreveport, LA and the surrounding areas.

Why You Need AC Maintenance for the Summer

  • You’ll reduce the chance of a break down: This is the most immediate reason to have an inspection and tune-up for your air conditioning before the summer heat hits. If your AC has malfunctions going into the hottest period of the year, the stress on it is likely to cause it to break down—probably on a sweltering day. You don’t want to scramble for emergency repair services when this happens. Maintenance is the best way to prevent this sort of cooling catastrophe.
  • You’ll save money over the season: Regular maintenance helps to reduce the effects of aging on an air conditioning system so it will cost less to run. Without annual maintenance, an AC will lose around 5–10% of its energy efficiency each year. Just one visit a year will keep your bills from rising.
  • You’ll extend the life of the system: Modern air conditioners can last from 15 to 20 years on average, but only if they receive routine maintenance inspections and tune-ups. If you let your AC go without this annual service, you will probably end up replacing it many years too early, and this is the most expensive “repair” an air conditioner may require.

It’s still not too late! Make sure your air conditioning system glides through the summer with an annual maintenance visit from our professionals.

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