Don’t Wait on Spring HVAC Maintenance!

How well did your heating system keep your home warm during winter? If you noticed that energy efficiency was suffering, bills were too high, and you were experiencing uneven heating, there are likely issues that will only get worse with time. These types of issues should be address by a professional, and Builders Mechanical Inc. is the leading choice for furnace service in Cypress TX.

By scheduling a maintenance visit now, you can be best prepared for when the weather cools down again, and if you have one system that provides both heating and cooling for your home, you won’t be left without air conditioning on the hottest day of the summer. During a professional maintenance visit, your system will be tuned-up, increasing energy efficiency and saving you money, filters and dirty components will be cleaned so the air you’re breathing is as clean and allergen-free as possible, and any issues that will need to be repaired can be identified, diagnosed, and addressed. Maintenance visits are very valuable and can end up saving homeowners money in the long run by catching issues that will only compound and end up becoming costly down the road.

Contact us today to schedule HVAC maintenance and learn how you can save!

How To Get Your House Ready for Spring

It’s hard to imagine spring is just around the corner when there’s still snow and freezing temperatures all around, but warmer weather will be here before you know it. These simple home maintenance tasks will help you get ahead of the changes spring brings.

1. Clean ceiling fans

You don’t want the first time you turn them on to be the moment you realize they’ve been collecting dust all winter. Give them a good clean now and you won’t catch yourself off guard.

2. Replace your furnace filter

Since your heating equipment is working overtime, it needs extra TLC to avoid needing extensive Blue Springs heating repair. Replace or wash your filters now and they’ll last the rest of the season.

3. Test your AC

If you can stand it, turn on your air conditioner for a few minutes to a half hour. If you hear any strange noises, smells, or the temperature reading doesn’t seem accurate, call for AC maintenance now and avoid being at the end of a long list come springtime.

4. Check door and window caulking

Make sure any opening to the outside is properly sealed to avoid moisture buildup, mold, and the escape of your indoor air. This will help keep warm air inside the rest of winter as well as prevent cool air from escaping during the summer.