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Tips to Increase the life of your HVAC System

Increase the life of your equipments

Have a Heating and Cooling system and want to add life to it? Great! You're up to something, doing which isn't a big deal. Cosmopolitan Mechanical Services Inc. can help you in this regard. Here are 7 useful quick tips to increase the life of your equipment:


Replace the filters of the appliances that use filters like Furnace, Heat Pumps etc. HVAC professionals suggest cleaning the filters of Furnaces every month when the Furnace is in use. The Air Duct Filters need to be cleaned/replaced at least after every six months for better performance. The cleaning and replacement of Filters help in removing the dust and debris and other bacterias from them that clog the passage. Filter replacement thus helps improve efficiency.


No matter what HVAC appliance you're using, whether it's a water heater, furnace, air conditioner or any other, if you hear strange sounds coming from the appliance, don't take it as a symphony and call an HVAC professional immediately particularly in the case of gas appliances.The symphony otherwise may turn into a big BOOM.


Almost all HVAC appliances use some kind of electrical connections. Sometimes, the appliances are fully okay but stop working because of some damage in the electrical connections. A quick tip to follow is to check the electrical connections time to time to make sure they're okay.


In case you inspect any leaks from your HVAC appliances, do not spare them until fixed. The leaks, particularly of gas and chemicals, can lead to serious damages. Seek professional help!


Keep the outdoor units of your HVAC appliances in a shady area.


Instead of using low-quality thermostats, use latest synchronised thermostats to save energy and to let your HVAC appliances function with full efficiency.


Last but not the least; take professional help whenever you find yourself unable to treat your Heating and Cooling system so that you don't end up damaging them.

Following these tips will not only help in saving the appliance from frequent repairs and fatty replacement bills but will also be useful in protecting your HVAC systems from sudden failures.