When anything unexpected happens, have you noticed? It always seems to occur when it is freezing cold or scorchingly hot. Any temperature extreme always triggers surprises – events that catch you inexplicably off-guard.
For example, your car will usually break down on either the hottest day in July or the coldest day in January. It never stops running on a mild and temperate day when you can easily walk home. Instead, it occurs on a day when you have to struggle to find a ride.
The same can be true about an HVAC system. Have you noticed? When you need to have your air conditioning or heating fixed, it happens, again, on a stifling hot day or a monumentally glacial night. It is very rare that you will schedule an emergency heater repair on a cool September night or a mild day in February. Otherwise, it would not be known as an emergency. The same can be said for an air conditioner repair that is urgent in nature.
Moreover, the time you schedule a heater installation is normally on a day when the temperature plunges in the arctic zone on the thermometer. Therefore, to prevent a problem with the furnace or to avoid scheduling an air conditioner repair at the worst of times, you need to calendar regular HVAC maintenance before a cold or hot spell strikes. By planning ahead, you can avert the upset that marks some heating and cooling repairs.
Because the climate has an impact on how things operate, you need to keep this in mind when establishing regular HVAC maintenance. When you make maintenance a usual thing, you will find that an unexpected cooling or heating breakdown will become a thing of the past.