HVAC Preventative Maintenance in Louisville, KY

At Magnolia Home Comfort, we understand the importance of maintaining your HVAC system and offer preventative maintenance plans to ensure maximum efficiency and longevity.

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Preventative Maintenance

Maintenance Plans to Keep You Comfortable

Regular maintenance not only extends the life of your system but can also help reduce your energy bills and prevent costly breakdowns. By identifying and addressing small issues before they become major problems, our skilled technicians can help you avoid unexpected repair costs and keep your home comfortable.

We’ll work with you to create a maintenance plan that fits your specific needs, so you can enjoy the peace of mind that comes with knowing your system is in good hands. Don’t wait until your HVAC system breaks down to call for help. Contact Magnolia Home Comfort today to schedule preventive maintenance and keep your home comfortable and energy-efficient year-round.

FAQs

Frequently Asked Questions

Find answers to the most commonly asked questions about HVAC Preventative Maintenance.

Regular maintenance is essential to keep your home comfortable and ensure your system is running efficiently. It can also help identify issues such as, a malfunctioning thermostat, overheating, short cycling of the system, refrigerant leaks, a malfunctioning compressor and other problems that could affect your home comfort.

It is recommended to have your HVAC system serviced twice a year, ideally before the start of the heating and cooling seasons.

If your HVAC system is over 10-15 years old, requiring frequent repairs, or not providing adequate heating/cooling, it may be time to consider replacing it instead of repairing it.

It is recommended that you replace your air filter every 30 days if you are using a less expensive air filter. The overall frequency varies widely due to the type and sizes of filters.

Over time, dirt, dust, and other debris coat the air conditioning coils, reducing the efficiency of the unit. The coils should be cleaned twice a year in order to minimize energy use and utility costs.

Some basic HVAC maintenance can be performed by homeowners, including regularly changing air filters, cleaning the condenser coils, and scheduling annual professional HVAC maintenance.

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