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Your HVAC systems should be serviced before the start of each heating and cooling season.
Your air filters should be replaced every one to three months depending on usage.
It's an alternative to traditional heating and cooling like central air and it works similarly to central heating and cooling, except that it doesn’t require ductwork.
We recommend keeping your thermostat set to 72 degrees (at the lowest) with the fan set to AUTO.
Second floors tend to be warmer than lower floors because warm air rises. Try closing the vents, in the winter, closing the upper-floor vents can help force the air to the bottom floor; in the summer, closing the lower floor vents can help you achieve a cooler temperature upstairs.
If your AC is running properly and leak-free, you should never have to refill it with Freon. Low refrigerant or a unit that does not blow cold, indicates you have a leak.
Preventative maintenance not only allows you to keep your heating and AC system running at its best, it also gives your HVAC technician the opportunity to catch issues early on.
If you are prone to allergies or use an air purification system, the air quality may be better if the fan is constantly running, however, it is typically more energy efficient to use the Auto setting.