The fall season is a great time in Las Vegas. The summer heat begins to wane and you can expect daily temperatures closer to 75 in October and going even lower in November. While some people can say that its still pretty warm, but by the Las Vegas local standards its "pretty chilly". Autumn is a great time to make a nice, smooth transition from air conditioning to heating without any problems in the process. It is the perfect time to prepare your heating system for cooler weather to avoid any spontaneous unpleasant surprises in the winter. Lets talk about detail HVAC preventative maintenance tips to help homeowners prepare their heating system for the winter season!
Prepare Your Heating System
Starting from late October and especially in the middle of November - It's getting chilly in Las Vegas. Day & Night Fall temperatures in Las Vegas can range from warmer days to a pretty chilly nights. For example even in november there can be quite warm days with temperatures up to 62°F during the day, meanwhile late night and early morning lows tend to be near 48-52 F early in the month, falling to near 42-43 F near the end of the month, which can make it confusing when to transition from cooling to heating units. Of course, the decision when to turn on your furnace is purely personal preference, but in general it is recommended to do so when your indoor temperature is below 64 degrees. When you feel that your house has become a bit too cold, when you feel that it needs to be a little warmer indoor to feel comfortable, then this is just the right time to make a switch.
A heating system breakdown can be uncomfortable and costly,
and we are here to help make sure it is avoided!
To efficiently and effectively heat your home during the fall and winter, there are a few maintenance steps to follow.
- Schedule Preventative Heating Maintenance
- Change or Replace Air Filters
- Clean Around Your Outdoor Unit
- Winterize Your AC Unit if Needed
- Clean Your Air Vents and Ducts
Schedule Professional HVAC Maintenance
To ensure your heating and cooling system remains in best possible working condition all year long, its better to schedule HVAC maintenance and tune-ups at least once, and better be twice per year, fall is the best time to do this. Ideally your heating system should be serviced by a professional technician. Preventative service can help prepare your HVAC units for the upcoming workload during cold winter and hot summer. A Nevada Residential Services expert can thoroughly inspect your heating system this fall and repair any obstructions before it results in a bigger problem. Furthermore, regular heating and air conditioning maintenance can help save money on utility bills!
Signs That You Definitely Need HVAC Maintenance
- Unusual Noises
- Increased Electric Bills
- Malfunctioning Furnace
- Inadequate Airflow
- Frequent Cycling
- Low quality of air
- The Old Age Of The System
If you take care of your heating and cooling system, it will take care of you.
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