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How to Get Your Denver HVAC System Ready for Spring

Time For Spring HVAC Readiness

Preparing HVAC systems for the spring is very important, especially in Denver, where the climate is so unpredictable. Unless you are a qualified HVAC specialist yourself, the easiest way to get your unit ready for changeable spring weather is to hire a technician to inspect the system and to carry out the necessary maintenance and repair tasks – here is what your technician will do to get your furnace ready for the spring:

  • Testing and inspection – the technician will do a test run on your furnace to check for strange noises, to check the cycle length and he will also check the heaters in the rooms as well.
  • Cleaning – the technician will also remove the cover of the furnace to clean the components of the units.
  • Filter cleaning or replacement – disposable filters need to be regularly removed and permanent filters need cleaning before the spring.
  • Checking for leaks and cracks – your technician will also carry out an air duct test to see whether all the ducts are healthy and to remove the ones that are cracked or leaking.
  • Checking the thermostat and the carbon monoxide detector – both checking operations are essential to ensure the proper, safe functioning of your HVAC system. Pre-spring maintenance can also include upgrades, such as the installation of a programmable thermostat for more efficient cooling and heating cycles.

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