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3 Ways to Get the Most Out of Your New Air Conditioner

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As the intense heat of summer approaches, you’ll want to rely heavily on your new air conditioner to provide your Seattle, WA, home with a cool and comfortable environment. However, to ensure that your AC unit performs optimally and lasts for years to come, regular maintenance is crucial.

But what can you do to make sure that you need minimum AC repair and maintenance for your unit throughout the year? Keep reading below to find out how you can get the most out of your AC and how our team at Bob’s Heating can help.

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Maintain Your Unit

Making the most of your new AC unit means keeping it in its best condition and maintaining its performance early on. An annual review of your unit from our experts at Bob’s Heating can ensure that it’s performing as it should—and allow us to repair any rising issues. Another aspect of maintaining your AC unit is replacing air filters when needed.

Air filters play a major role in maintaining good indoor air quality and ensuring the efficient operation of your AC unit. Over time, these filters accumulate dust and debris, restricting airflow and reducing the unit's efficiency. It’s best to clean or replace your air filters every one to three months, depending on usage and the type of filter. At Bob’s Heating, we offer a filter replacement program where you’ll receive a new filter every 90 days.

Protect Your AC from Harsh Weather

Inclement weather can cause damage to your AC unit, leading to ongoing issues and poor performance from your system. A robust and durable unit can endure more intense weather and storms—but its installation is key! A proper, elevated unit installation can help ensure less flooding damage and more. Regular maintenance and annual check-ups on your unit can also help assess any potential issues and address them before they become a problem.

Ensure You Aren’t Overworking It

When using your new AC unit, you want to understand its capabilities and what you can put it through. You don’t want to overwork it and then end up with a fried unit that leaves you enduring the summer heat. Steady usage instead of drastic cool-down periods can ensure your living spaces stay comfortable and refreshing while not putting your unit into overdrive. You’ll get to enjoy the longevity of your unit without ever having to deal with gaps in its performance.


Want to find out more about how you can optimize and maintain your new AC unit? Give our team at Bob’s Heating a call or fill out our online contact form to schedule a no-obligation consultation with us. We look forward to hearing from you!

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