ORLANDO, FL, March 17, 2014 /24-7PressRelease/
-- With the record lows Florida has seen this winter, it's entirely understandable if you haven't thought about maintaining your air conditioner yet. However, springtime is approaching quickly and American Air & Heat recommends that you schedule your regular air conditioner maintenance before the warmer weather finally hits.
Floridians know that once spring weather arrives, it's time to turn on the air conditioning and leave it blasting until late into the fall. That kind of run time puts incredible pressure and strain on your Orlando air conditioning unit
. If your unit is not prepared for it, you can be setting yourself up for a catastrophic and sweltering failure mid-summer.
To avoid a mid-summer AC meltdown, the experts at Orlando HVAC service
American Air & Heat recommend that you have your AC unit inspected and serviced before you need to turn it on for spring.
During this regular maintenance, the HVAC experts will ensure that all parts of your air conditioning unit are working properly and will be able to withstand all of the use they will receive during the hot Florida summer.
Scheduling your annual air conditioning maintenance before springtime also helps to ensure that your entire climate control system is clear of allergens before you begin using it again.
"Many home cooling systems accumulate dust and other allergens while they are out of use during the winter," says Matt Boni, President of American Air & Heat. "This makes the initial spring allergy season worse by inserting and circulating allergens through your home when the AC kicks on."
Learn more at http://www.americanairandheat.net
.About American Air & Heat:
American Air & Heat was opened in 1986 by Dan Boni, and it remains a family-owned and operated company. Dan started his business with the goal of creating a reliable local air conditioning company to serve his Florida hometown. Since then, the company has expanded to countless other cities, and they have built their services around the philosophy "Quality Is Our Specialty."
Learn more at http://americanairandheat.net/