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Did you know that owning a heating, ventilation and air conditioning (HVAC) system is similar to owning a car? Like your car, the HVAC system in your Lubbock, TX home requires regular maintenance and repair to keep it fully operational.

Similar to owning a car, if you don’t have your HVAC system maintained on a regular basis, you may end up paying more than you expected. To keep your system running as smoothly as possible, it’s important to take preventive measures against potential problems.

Below are three ways you can save on HVAC repairs and keep your system running in peak condition:

Change your air filters regularly

If you can’t remember the last time you changed your air filter, it might be time to do so. Replacing your filters on a regular basis prevents clogging and keeps the air in your home free of allergens. Replacing the air filters also helps you save money on your energy bills. Ideally, air filters should be changed once every three months.

Schedule Regular Maintenance with an HVAC Contractor

Similar to a yearly physical, your heating and cooling system needs its annual examination. Preventive maintenance identifies any small issues in your HVAC system before they become more expensive to repair.

During the cold winter months, the only thing you want is to sit inside your warm and toasty home. The last thing you need is for your system to stop working. Regular maintenance helps you detect potential problems early, possibly saving you hundreds or thousands of dollars on electric bills.

Keep the Area Free of Debris

In addition to routine system checks, it’s important you keep the area around your unit clear. If located outside, make sure at least two feet of space is free of shrubbery and debris. Doing so will prevent system clogs and potential fan breakage.

For more information on you how can save on HVAC repairs at Duncan Heating & Air Conditioning, Inc. & Plumbing, call today. We service and maintain all brands. Our NATE-certified technicians are happy to answer any questions you have.