Spring is a time when many people decide to start home renovation projects. If demolitions or upgrades are in your near future—make sure you’ve taken some time to think about how the construction will affect your air conditioning system.
Turn off the AC During Demolition
Even though it may be hot outside, you’ll want to turn off the air conditioner during heavy demolition. With dust and debris flying around the house, running the cooling system could trap contaminants and cause a number of expensive problems.
Change Air Filter
Once the renovation is over and you run the AC for the first time—check the filter and don’t be surprised if you have to replace it earlier than usual. Dust and other construction materials can find their way into the system and clog the filter.
Schedule Air Conditioning Maintenance
If you know that you’re going to undergo massive home renovations—you’ll want to schedule AC maintenance by a professional cooling specialist to ensure that the system wasn’t damaged during renovations.
If you’re planning on a major home renovation this spring or summer—don’t forget that your air conditioner could be negatively affected. Contact us if you have any questions.
|If you’re increasing the livable space during home renovations—you’ll likely need to think about how you’re going to cool the new addition. Most people think that their only option is to run ducts to the AC unit—but in many instances, a ductless system can provide the comfort you need. Contact us to learn more about the benefits of a ductless system.|
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