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Professional HVAC Installation And Repairs In Batavia

Professional HVAC Installation And Repairs In BataviaOne of the biggest comfort disruptions in your home in Batavia is when your HVAC system malfunctions. If you do not keep up on regular and routine maintenance on your HVAC system, you’re more likely to see problems and need repairs. Regular maintenance can catch problems before they occur, reduce the cost of repairs and replacements, and save you an incredibly amount of inconvenience. To learn more about how to help your HVAC systems stay well, contact the professionals at All Season’s Heating & Cooling today.

Follow this checklist to help you stay up-to-date on your HVAC maintenance.

Throughout The Year

  • Keep up on landscaping: It is important to keep the landscaping around the outside units clean, clear, and free from debris and tall grass. Be sure to trim back plants, trees, and shrubs to keep a clear radius of at least 3 feet around the equipment. Brush off any fallen debris like leaves or pine needles to keep any buildup off of the unit. 
  • Perform visual inspections: You should regularly inspect your HVAC system for any potential problems that you can see, i.e.: dirty evaporator or condenser coils, damaged fins, leaking water, or frozen coils. You should also listen to the system for any unusual sounds.


  • Replace air filters: Replacing the air filters in your HVAC at least once every 3 months will promote proper air flow. If you are not sure what size filter your unit requires, you can remove the old one for reference, or look up the manufacturer’s manual for further direction and instruction. You should keep in mind that during extreme weather like cold fronts or heat waves, your unit will be working overtime so you may need to change the filter more frequently. 
  • Pay attention to your thermostat: As temperatures change with the seasons, adjust your thermostat to prevent overloading your HVAC system. Keeping your thermostat set to adjust with changing temperatures will not only help keep your home comfortable, but can save energy. If you are having trouble programming your thermostat, be sure to call All Season’s Heating and Cooling for a tutorial. 
  • Check electrical connections: Any loose, disconnected, or broken connections will compromise the safety and efficiency of your HVAC system. If any connections are unplugged or look compromised, turn off your system until the problem has been resolved. 

Season Changes

  • Best practice for your system is to hire the HVAC experts to perform annual maintenance and inspection. Professionals can check electrical connections, condensate the drain, exhaust outlets, fuel lines, burners, heat exchangers, and other components of the system. Any areas of concern can be addressed and repaired so that your unit is ready for the fall and winter season ahead. It is also a good idea to have the professionals come back in the spring before summer weather hits to be sure that voltage, lines, fins, pans, coils, refrigerant levels, and blower system components are all in good condition. They can also clean dirty components after winter weather. 

Professional HVAC Installation And Repairs In Batavia

HVAC problems and emergencies are never convenient. Routine maintenance is the best line of defense you can use. At All Seasons Heating & Cooling, we make HVAC repair and maintenance easy and affordable for our customers in Batavia and surrounding areas. Whether you need maintenance, suggestions on a new unit, or urgent repair, we are the HVAC experts you can trust.

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