The last thing most homeowners want to think about is repairs and maintenance for their air conditioner, furnace, or any other piece of their HVAC system. Particularly for new systems, residential HVAC maintenance and repair might be fairly minor for the first several years.
It’s not hard to just trust that your system is working and put concerns on the backburner. However, one day your system is going to run into issues. Wouldn’t it be better to extend your system’s healthy days by a few more years?
Having your system inspected in the late winter or early spring as a part of a regular preventative maintenance schedule is one easy way to extend the life of your system and mitigate future repairs. The process isn’t even a real burden, especially when compared to total failure. A technician will come out and take a look at your equipment, run some tests, do some maintenance, make minor repairs if necessary, and verify that your system will be good to go for the year.