We’re pretty deep into summer at this point, and you should have already scheduled maintenance for your ductless system. Yes, even if you had it done less than a year ago the previous winter. Ductless systems need maintenance more often than other climate control systems. If they don’t get it, they will be much more prone to problems. Read on to find out when ductless systems need bi-annual maintenance.
The Importance of Maintenance
Preventive maintenance is the single best thing you can do to keep a climate control system in good condition. Most people wait to call for repairs until they notice something specific wrong with their systems. The problem with this method is that most system issues don’t display any symptoms until they’re quite far advanced. By the time you notice the problem, it is often too late to change it. So, you need preventive maintenance.
Preventive maintenance allows your HVAC technician to find and fix problems before they have the chance to develop far enough to damage the system. As long as you schedule maintenance often enough, you can save thousands of dollars on repair costs over the life of the system.
Normally, preventive maintenance is scheduled once a year for a climate control system. This is usually done the season before the system is to be used regularly, in order to make sure that it’s in top condition. This method of maintenance does not work for ductless air conditioners, because they are designed to act as both heating and air conditioning systems. This means twice as much wear and tear on the system, which means that you need to schedule maintenance twice as often if you want it to be effective.
Carney Plumbing Heating & Cooling offers ductless maintenance services throughout Doylestown, PA. Call today for an appointment.