Tips to Prepare Your Home for Spring

Home maintenance is ten times as fun when you get to enjoy the fresh spring air while doing it! We at Newark-Heath Heating & Cooling are here to celebrate the fresh air by bringing you the following tips to prepare your home for spring!

  1. Test Smoke Detectors

Always a great habit to get into, checking your smoke detectors should be part of your yearly cleaning routine. Make sure they’re up and running and be sure to change the batteries if needed.

  1. Don’t forget A/C maintenance

Before turning on your air conditioner this summer, make sure to clear any debris, shrubs, or furniture away from your outdoor AC unit. This will ensure that it doesn’t overheat and create problems throughout the HVAC system. For optimal use of your unit and to save you on energy costs and ensure the unit runs all summer, now is the time to schedule your A/C tune up. Seasonal maintenance is an investment that always pays off.

  1. Replace HVAC Filters

As professionals who work with HVAC systems every day, we know the importance of changing air filters. We suggest that you inspect and replace your HVAC systems’ filter at least once a month. Now is a great time to get a clean start and replace your filter! 

  1. Clean Out Gutters 

Known for being a typically dirty and time consuming job, gutter cleaning is never fun. However, the benefits are worth it. Debris buildup in your gutters can cause rain water to overflow and run down your siding, causing mold which is extremely damaging to your home. So get that gutter maintenance out of the way today by completing it this spring!

Call us for all your home cooling needs this summer!

If you have any questions, or need help with a HVAC system, call Newark-Heath Heating & Cooling today at 740-212-5849. Or you can schedule an HVAC maintenance appointment now by clicking here!

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