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It may be early in the fall season here in the Newburyport, MA area, but the leaves are already changing and temperatures will drop before you know it. Many homeowners in the North Shore of Massachusetts and southern New Hampshire are wondering what they can do in their homes to prepare for the inevitable cold weather. One of the best things you can do while it’s still fall is schedule furnace maintenance with an HVAC specialist.
There are few things more annoying than realizing your air conditioner isn’t turning on when it’s one of the hottest days of the year. No one expects to run into this type of problem, but it happens more often than most people realize. You might think your AC is “dead,” however, there are a handful of things to look into before jumping to any conclusions.
Whether you call the North Shore home, or live across state lines in Hampton, NH, this is the season homeowners in the area live for. With the summer sun out in full force, it’s great to spend some time outside. However, it’s important to have an air conditioner that welcomes you home with a familiar chill, not the sputtering of a machine on its last legs. At Kearney HVAC, we’ve touched on the importance of HVAC maintenance before. Continual AC maintenance is a necessity for many reasons, including:
Summer is only a few days away, and your air conditioner will be responsible for keeping you cool throughout the entire season. If you’ve already switched it on and noticed some issues, you might be wondering if it would be best to replace the entire system or if repairs may still be the better option.